Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Spot On Quilt in Bird Song Fabrics

Anyone else finding it hard to believe we're almost halfway through July already? 

For the past couple of weeks I've been working on a quilt using some new fabrics from Pat Sloan...and I have some to giveaway at the end of this post so stick around!

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

Bird Song is Pat Sloan's newest fabric line for Benartex fabrics, and right now she's hosting a fabric tour to help us get to know her new line better. For my project I chose to use some of the blue and green prints:

Bird Song fabrics found on A Bright Corner blog - you have to see what she made with these!

And instead of my usual crisp, bright, white background - I used a softer, cream colored background and I love how well it works with these prints.
I love all of the florals in this line!

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

The pattern I used is called Spot On - it includes instructions for using precut 10" squares, or fat quarters, or fat eighths, or yardage! (I used 1/4 yard cuts)

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

Spot On is a fun pattern - the finished quilt gives the illusion of circles and rings but it's all straight line piecing. 

And even better....those little squares are all made using quick strip piecing techniques so the blocks sew up quickly!

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

You can see other versions of Spot On here, and I particularly love this one using Benartex Color Weave fabrics.

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

The Spot On pattern includes four sizes: crib, throw, twin, & queen

This is the throw size - and if you make this size using layer cake (10") squares you'll only need 15 of them. That means you can get TWO throw size quilts from ONE pack of 10" squares!

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

See the details of the fabric requirements and finished quilt sizes below:

You can find Bird Song fabrics here from the Fat Quarter Shop 

Just for fun I mocked up the Spot On throw size quilt in the other prints from the Bird Song fabric line - The blues and greens are definitely more "me" but I really love this version as well!

It has a pretty, autumn vibe to it, don't you think?

Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

Ready for the giveaway details? Pat & Benartex Fabrics are generously giving away a pack of 10" squares to one of you!


7/17/22 Edited to add: the giveaway has ended - thank you all so much!
The winner is Beryl Stoots - congratulations Beryl!

To enter the giveaway simply leave a comment below letting me know your favorite precut - mine is fat quarters!
  • Leave a comment on this post to enter
  • Giveaway ends on Saturday July 16, 2022 at 6pm MST.
  • I'll randomly choose a winner on Saturday night and notify them via email
  • Open to everyone - both US residents and international (US residents will receive a pack of 10" squares and international winner would receive an Aurifil Thread kit - shown below)
  • I will notify the winner via email so be sure to include your email address with your comment.


Want to see more projects using Bird Song fabrics? Check out these stops on the tour:

Monday (July 11)

Hilary Jordan from Aurifil - https://auribuzz.com

Beth Helfter - www.evapaigequilts.com

Tuesday (July 12)

Jacquelynne Steves - https://jacquelynnesteves.com

Carolina Asmussen - https://www.carolinasmussen.com/moodboard

Wednesday (July 13)

Andy Knowlton - http://www.abrightcorner.com/ --- You're here!

Pam Vieira-McGinnis - http://pamkittymorning.blogspot.com/

Thursday (July 14)

Jane Davidson - https://quiltjane.com/

Annie Unrein - https://www.ByAnnie.com

Friday (July 15)

Kimberly Jolly- Fat Quarter Shop - https://blog.fatquartershop.com/

Roseann Kermes

Saturday (July 16)

Wendy Sheppard - https://www.instagram.com/ivory_spring/

Scott Hansen - www.bluenickelstudios.com

Monday (July 18)

Pat Sloan - https://blog.patsloan.com


Spot On quilt pattern by Andy Knowlton of A Bright Corner - uses layer cakes, FQ or yardage and includes four sizes

Quilt Details:

570 comments:

  1. Soft hues of colors, love how you used cream as a background and not white. Really gives the quilt a softer look with that new fabric line

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  2. Fat quarter bundles are my favorite. Smithcindyk@gmail.com

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  3. Love the pattern with this fabric

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  4. Hello Andy! Your quilt is adorable. I shop at a quilt shop that does not sell fat quarters. Therefore, I buy half yards of all of the fabrics in a line and this means I can usually get two quilts out of it…yeah! My other favorite is a layer cake. I love them just as much and I love the versatility in using them. Have a wonderful day…the sun is shining and the birds are singing here…looks like a beautiful day ahead!

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  5. Hi Andy…I left you a comment about using half yard’s but I don’t think I left my name…I think it came across as anonymous. Sorry.

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  6. My favorite is also fat quarters

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  7. Such a sweet pattern for such sweet fabric!

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  8. Some days I like fat quarters best, other days 10" squares.

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  9. I like fat quarters - I feel I have more choices. And more fabric!:-)

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  10. I love fat quarters too.

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  11. My favorite pre cut is the fat quarter, but 10 squares can come in pretty handy, too.

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  12. My favorite precuts are layer cakes or maybe charms, I do have a ton of charm packs. Beautiful quilt.

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  13. I like the versatility of fat quarters! Dianep100@yahoo.com

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  14. I really like your Spot On quilt! It is hard for me to choose which one I like best, the blue or pink version. colbydog.ae@gmail.com

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  15. I just love this fabric line. Hoping to make a quilt from it.

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  16. Very pretty love quilts made of precuts

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  17. oodeb44@hotmail.comJuly 13, 2022 at 5:39 AM

    At the present I love 10" squares. That being said I think the Spot On quilt pattern will be in my future.

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  18. My favorite precut is layer cake. jopatz@rhelectric.net

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  19. I do like a 10" square pack of precuts...It gives me a taste of the whole line.

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  20. Thank you for sharing! I love the 2 different color ways you highlighted in the different quilts!

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  21. I love both color ways in Pat's new fabric. Very calming. Very nice pattern showcasing them

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  22. I have used the 5 inch precuts to make my last few charity quilts. I like the ease of being able to create beautiful designs to share with the bereaved without spending time cutting. Love the birdsong fabric!

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  23. Good Morning from Kingwood Texas. Choosing a pre-cut especially for my stash is difficult. Unless I am going to use the fabric right away I by by the yard because 1/2 yard, fat quarters, and smaller are never enough when I choose the ensemble.

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  24. What a lovely pattern

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  25. Diana Ltrlady1@yahoo.comJuly 13, 2022 at 5:41 AM

    I love fat quarters bundles . They are so much fun to work with .

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  26. I love all precuts but usually buy 10” squares. I love both versions of tSpotOn in Pats Birdsong fabrics.

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  27. My favorite pre-cut is a layer cake or maybe charms, I do have a ton of charms. Your quilt is beautiful.

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  28. Kathleen ZanottiJuly 13, 2022 at 5:41 AM

    Lovely quilt you created from the fabric. Fat quarters are probably the most versatile size for me. Kathleen.zanotti at gmail

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  29. Diana Ltrlady1@yahoo.comJuly 13, 2022 at 5:42 AM

    I love fat quarter bundles . They are so much fun to work with.

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  30. My favorite precut is also fat quarters. mekesha_cody@email.com

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  31. I love a charm pac

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  32. My favorite precut is fat quarters.
    I find them very easy to use !!!
    Thank you 😊

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  33. I love all precuts but usually buy 10” squares. I like both versions of Spot On in Pat.s Birdsong fabrics

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  34. My favorite precut is fat quarter also as it is easy the move around the fabric while cutting and the leftover can be used for 2 1/2 squares with little waste of the material

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  35. I really like using Fat Quarters! They lend themselves to so many designs! Donna Tomlinson
    Tomlinsondonna59@gmail.com

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  36. If I'm buying precuts, I prefer fat quarters. And yet sometimes I buy those layer cakes so that I get a few of EVERYthing!

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  37. My favorite precut is a fat quarter. You get variety and you have more options on block piece size.

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  38. Love love love these projects. Thanks so much

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  39. Love the quilt. The blue fabrics look like summer.

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  40. I’ve always liked collecting fat quarters. I have a few collections that I want to make into quilts now that I am retired.

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  41. The blue quilt is beautiful! Love the pattern.

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  42. I am obsessed with fat quarter bundles. Love your spot on pattern. Thanks

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  43. I also love fat quarters but layer cakes are great too! Love you pattern!

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  44. I enjoy using jelly rolls or layer cakes the most. I usually pick the pattern then try finding fabric. Love Pat's blue bird song.

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  45. My favorite precuts are fat quarters and layer cakes. I use fat quarters the most, but have quite a few layer cakes also.

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  46. Definitiely fat quarters are my favorite. Beautiful quilt!

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  47. Tina Blackmon tinablackmon@charter.netJuly 13, 2022 at 5:51 AM

    Fat quarters are also my favorite but layer cakes are great too! Love your pattern!

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  48. I have not worked with precuts yet. I have a charm pack to make something with, but I would have to agree with you about fat quarters because of the bigger chunks and more options. Jelly rolls would probably come in next for the versatility.

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  49. Your quilt is so delicate and airy! It uses these fabrics so well. Thank you so much for sharing your work!

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  50. I am particularly fond of the blue bird song especially the lighter shades of blues

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  51. Love the pattern

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  52. Loved how you pattern makes the Birdsong fabrics sing!

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  53. My favorite precut is a layer cake!

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  54. I Love your Spot On pattern in Bird Song, it has a fresh, soft look. My favorite pre-cut fabrics are also fat quarters!

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  55. Love far quarters.
    famsbe2@yahoo.com

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  56. Sue sueellenquilts@gmail.comJuly 13, 2022 at 5:59 AM

    Favorite precut is 10" squares

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  57. I love this pattern and the spots fooled me, I thought they were appliquΓ© circles! This fabric collection has to be my absolute favourite of hers!
    For some reason I can’t figure out how to sign-in to comment, so here is my email address: micheletimms@gmail.com (if I’m a lucky winner)

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  58. Love the "Spot On" quilt pattern and it looks fab in Pat Sloan's fabrics. I'm not a "blue" person, so I prefer your second version. My favourite precut is also the fat quarter - a little more to work with than the 10" squares. Bev Browning Babsbrowning@gmail.com

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  59. not sure how to post with a google account but..... I have been sewing with Jelly rolls lately, Love that Pat gave the hint to use a lint roller on it before we open them. Your pattern is lovely and inspiring.

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  60. This fabric line is just beautiful and what a cute pattern to showcase the designs!

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  61. Love your quilt πŸ’–πŸ’– My favourite precut would be fat quarters followed by jelly rolls😎😎

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  62. Beautiful quilt!

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  63. I like fat quarters but I tend to buy 10” squares.tec1239@msn.con

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  64. Love your use of fabrics!😊

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  65. My favorite precuts are 10” squares

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  66. Fat quarters are my favorite precuts. They work in so many different patterns.

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  67. Love the pattern on both color ways!!!

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  68. My go to pre cut are fat quarters. Love the blue and green you used!

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  69. I agree...fat quarters are my favorite...so versatile! Also love your Spot On pattern and just purchased it. Thanks!

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  70. You made the fabric look so different in that pattern very interesting..

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  71. My favorite precut so far are far quarters, with jelly rolls a close second.

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  72. My favorite precuts are fat quarters.

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  73. I love layer cakes! veronswenson@yahoo.com

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  74. I use more fat quarters because then I can wash them and not worry. Thanks for sharing.

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  75. My favorite precut was layer cakes---for a long time. But I have progressed to loving fat quarter bundles. FQs seem to give me the right amount of fabrics for so many projects and there is often more than enough for a second project too.

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  76. I would alway want a fat quarter but that costs more so I usually end up with a charm pack. Then when I’m making a quilt I buy more!

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  77. My favorite pre-cut is also a fat quarter...I love all the options you have when working with a fat quarter. ironan213@gmail.com I love and have ordered from your patterns.

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  78. I love charm packs and layer cakes, so much you can do with them and love a layer cake cut in 4's

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  79. My fav is layer cakes, so many fabrics and a big enough piece.

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  80. I love fat quarters also, there's so much fun in choosing only fabric you know you will use.

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  81. I love the quilt that you have made with Pat Sloan's fabric! I can't choose between the pink and the blue. Love them both.

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  82. I love Pat Sloan's Birdsong fabrics and your quilt is beautiful!

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  83. I love Pat Sloan's Birdsong fabrics. Your quilt is beautiful!

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  84. Your Spot On quilt is beautiful! My favorite precut is the fat quarter also. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  85. Fat quarters are a great size because there is more fabric to work with!

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  86. Right now I'm really loving jelly rolls. Layer cakes used to be my go to.

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  87. I love using layer cakes the most. Fat quarters are a close second!
    Sandy A (scotties4me@gmail.com)

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  88. My favorite precut is layer cakes. I find them so versatile. rsmknll@gmail.com

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  89. Your quilt is beautiful. I love fat quarters. Thank you

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  90. I'm a sucker for soft blues on white backgrounds. A great quilt for all ages. I also love your Star Trails quilt pattern.

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  91. What a beautiful quilt! The blues and greens are definitely more my colours as well!

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  92. My favorite precut is the Layer Cake. I use a book PERFECT 10 with wonderful patterns designed for layer cakes. mhigbie@embarqmail.com

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  93. I love that you showed Spot On in so many color ways!!

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  94. My favorite precut is Layer Cakes and I love using the book PERFECT 10 for patterns.

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  95. This is a cute pattern and looks great in both the blue and the pink versions! I would have trouble deciding which one to make :-)

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  96. Andy don’t you just love Pat’s Bird Song fabric? I like the pattern you used with her fabric. I think it would look great on the back of a couch, something nice and warm to snuggle up with on cold winter nights, while watching a movie and hand sewing.
    My favorite precuts are fat quarters because sometimes I need a little extra when I oops!
    I’m with you my usual go to colors are blue, teal, green, (and purple just for fun sometimes).
    I’m glad I found your blog. See you again soon,
    Ellen Bauer
    ebauer_lapidary@yahoo.com

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  97. Hi! I love you quilts and Pat Sloan is one of my favorite quilters.

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  98. I especially love fat quarters because they’re so versatile. My email address is evequilts1@gmail.com. I love the pattern you used for Pat’s fabrics!

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  99. I love both colorways and would have trouble deciding :-)

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  100. My favorite precut is fat quarters. Laurie1ahrens1@gmail.com

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  101. I am finding I like the 1/2 yd Bundle better than the fat quarters.

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  102. So far, I've only used fat quarters and I am really happy with them. There are so many patterns available for fat quarters. I plan to eventually work with all the precuts... all in good time.

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  103. Definitely fat quarters. They can be used in so many different ways

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  104. My favorite precut are the little 2 1/2 inch mini charm packs. I like them because I can afford them, I get to see and use the whole line of a fabric but most of all I can make little heroes out of them soooo easily.

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  105. I buy fat quarters. You never know what size piece of fabric you might need. tvbart@charter.net

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  106. Fat quarter for sure! kjill@nvc.net

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  107. I really like the creamy colored background in your quilt. It adds a softness to it.

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  108. Love the color choices you used for the Bird Song fabric in Spot On. I really like 10” squares and 2.5 jelly roll strips.

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  109. Suequilts01@gmail.com
    I love ❤️ fat quarters and keep them all around my sewing room for inspiration.

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  110. Sarahcrna1@lusfiber.netJuly 13, 2022 at 7:18 AM

    I really like the creamy color that you used in the background. It adds a softness to it.

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  111. I love the Bird Song color choices you selected for Spot On.
    I use layer cakes and jelly roll strips. A great Fabric Tour, thanks.

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  112. I love the blues and greens as well! They are gorgeous!

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  113. I love fat quarter bundles and keep them around my sewing space for inspiration. Suequilts01@gmail.com

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  114. Fabric wow I truly like it all. Anything bright. Your pattern and quilt is stunning

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  115. I love your pattern! I have several partial layer cakes and this would be a perfect use for them. Thank you!

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  116. Love your use of the Birdsong fabric to make your Spot on! Gorgeous!

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  117. Like you, fat quarters are my go-to fabric choice for many projects.

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  118. I love this quilt made up with Pat's fabric. It is sew pretty! Thank you fir sharing your project!

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  119. Colleen Kolski-DanielsJuly 13, 2022 at 7:28 AM

    Love your use of Birdsong fabric with your pattern Spot on! Gorgeous!

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  120. The Spot On Quilt is beautiful! I like Jelly Rolls if I need a quilt in a hurry but I usually purchase fat quarters to have more versatility, especially if I don't have a pattern in mind.

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  121. I think for precuts it’s almost all of them. But I buy a lot of fat quarters. So gues that would be my favorite.

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  122. I love the pattern you chose to feature Pats new fabric line. Shows all the sweet prints in the collection

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  123. Fat Quarters, the Quilter's Candy! However, I'm starting to really like Layer Cakes too as there are a lot of good patterns out for them now.

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  124. Beautiful quilt.
    Mmctiver@yahoo.com

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  125. I like almost all precuts but I buy more as fat quarters. So guess that for now is my favorite.

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  126. My favourite precut is fat quarter bundles. I may have a few of them.

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  127. I'm teaching grandchildren to quilt this summer and this pattern will be perfect!

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  128. Doris MartindaleJuly 13, 2022 at 7:37 AM

    I love the fat quarter bundles, you can do so much with them!

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  129. Oh my, maybe Jelly Rolls first, then Charm Packs & Layer Cakes. But LOVE them all :)

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  130. Don't know if this counts but I think my favorite precut is a 1yd piece, haha. Or how about a 3yd piece even better. Aside from those which I often buy, I think I have used 2.5 inch strips.more than other precut sizes.

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  131. Very pretty combo of blues

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  132. I love that your pattern includes multiple sizes. I’ll have to add it to my library . The Bird Song fabric is so peaceful , just what the world needs right now 😊

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  133. I have in joyed the tour of your shop your patterns are beautiful

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  134. I tend to go for the jelly rolls. I have several patterns for them for our guild's wheelchair quilts.

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  135. Spot on is so cute! It would make one of my grandsons so happy. He loves to watch old Blues Clues episodes!

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  136. kmtpaints@yahoo.comJuly 13, 2022 at 7:45 AM

    Hi, I like using charms and layer cakes. Love the quilt!

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  137. Yes -my favorite is also fat quarters. Your quilt with the Bird Song fabric is beautiful

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  138. My favorite credit is also the far quarter. It will normally work in any pattern you choose. I love your quilt pattern and the colors you chose to use in it

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  139. My favorite is cake layers but I’m starting to love the fat quarters. madlyns@yahoo.com

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  140. I like to use charm packs and mini charm packs.

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  141. My favorite precut is a fat quarter.

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  142. Jeanette CopemanJuly 13, 2022 at 7:53 AM

    I really like fat quarters. They are a much more useable size for me.

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  143. The spot on pattern really showcases Pat's new line of fabric. Love it! I like to use charm packs and mini charm packs.

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  144. What a darling pattern! Both color ways look great, though like you, I’m partial to blues.

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  145. Roxanne Prue. Roxanneprue@gmail.comJuly 13, 2022 at 7:57 AM

    As a beginning quilter, I loved charm squares and jelly rolls. Now fat quarters are my favorite precut.

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  146. Mary Wenger marybwenger@msn.comJuly 13, 2022 at 8:00 AM

    Thanks for this lovely pattern! I agree-the blues/greens definitely shine out!!

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  147. I like fat quarters

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  148. dmmgondos@hotmail.comJuly 13, 2022 at 8:01 AM

    Hi Andy, I like your quilt design, it’s really cute and I like the use of negative space, it’s very pretty in both the blue and green and the pink colour ways.

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  149. My favorite pre-cut is a jelly roll. Love your quilt.

    Pat K
    yfg379@yahoo.com

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  150. I love all the clear “breathing space” in this block

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  151. I favor Jelly Rolls. Beyond strips, I cut them down to squares, rectangles or even triangles.

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  152. This pattern with these fabrics is SPOT ON!

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  153. I love the blue version of the Spot On quilt. So beautiful.

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  154. I love your Spot On quilt done in the softer background fabric. My favorite precut is fat quarter cuts - easy to cut, easy to store, easy to see how they play with other fabrics.

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  155. Great quilt! I really like Fat Quarters too - there's so much you can do with them and it's much easier to cut than yardage (if you have a small work space like I do).

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  156. Love this Pat Sloan fabric....maryellenstermer@yahoo.com

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  157. I actually like all the precuts. I have quite a collection of jelly rolls, layer cakes, and far quarters. It is so hard to decide which ones to use, but I’m trying not to save them anymore. It’s time to use them !! adeleswanson@att.net

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  158. I like fat quarters because I end up with many options for using the fabric.

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  159. I love these fabrics and what you made with them. So peaceful! Barb bubbleshap@gmail.com

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  160. My favorite precut is

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  161. I love fat quarters. I am getting ready to quilt "Lofty" made with Whimsical Romance fat quarters. I love the pattern and it looks wonderful in that fabric. I will definitely be making more. sh_adair@yahoo.com

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  162. My favorite precut is definitely fat quarters because a number of different cuts can be made from fat quarters; next precut would be layer cakes. I like to maximize use of all my fabrics! Thanks for chance to win Pat Sloan’s 10” squares.

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  163. I love your use of the Bird Song fabric! Amazing ! pkp2@windstream.net

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  164. I like fat quarters since they are big enough to pre-wash and also give a variety of fabric.

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  165. I love fat quarters too, so much flexibility!
    Nrhquilter@msn.com

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  166. Your quilt is lovely! My favorite precut is also fat quarters. There is so much that can be made with FQ's.

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  167. Hi! My favorite precut is the layer cake. I like getting a variety of the prints and being able to cut either 5" or 2.5 " pieces. Your quilts from Pat's Bird Song fabrics are very cheerful!
    Becky Parker
    kodasgrammy817@gmail.com

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  168. My favorite precut would be fat quarters as they can be cut in a number of ways. Love to maximize use of fabrics! Thanks for chance to win Pat Sloan’s 10” precut. Email is sandycampbell5@yahoo.com.

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  169. My favorite pre cuts are also fat quarters

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  170. I like fat quarter precuts. barbsews@tds.net

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  171. Precuts are really fun to use. I have mostly charm squares and layer cakes, but find that the fat quarter bundles give me more options. Love the quilt you made with BirdSong

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  172. I love the blues and greens. My favorite is the 2 1/2" strips.

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  173. I love layer cakes. I like like the size of quilt they make but especially love seeing the line of fabrics out together in one stack!! Love your site and tips!! mccoollisa@yahoo.com

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  174. Shannon Dart j_sdart@juno.comJuly 13, 2022 at 8:46 AM

    i love the 2 1/2" strips.

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  175. I don’t buy too many precuts but I prefer fat quarter bundles if I really love the line.

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  176. Love your use of Pats fabrics…the controlled palate makes it soft and sweet.

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  177. I haven't used a lot of pre-cuts but I do have several FQ stacked up. I have a Layer cake pattern in the queue of my quilts to make list. I love your Spot On pattern and plan on buying it.

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  178. I love layer cakes. I find they are very pattern friendly

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  179. Layer cakes are my favorite

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  180. Layercakes

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  181. I love charm squares and jelly rolls.

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  182. I prefer yardage but FQ will do in a pinch
    rjoehnk5@aol.com

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  183. I would have to agree with fat quarters as my favorites especially if I have no specific pattern in mind.

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  184. i really like this fabric line. the pink panel is my favorite. "spot on" was a great pattern for this fabric line. very pretty

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  185. Those blues and greens you used are so pretty! Love it!

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  186. I love both the blue and pink versions of your quilt. That a layer cake will make two is also helpful. Thank you!
    Sue Redifer redifers@gmail.com

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  187. The blues are just lovely! I, too, love fat quarters.

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  188. I think my favorite precut is the Fat Quarter as well. I remember when I saw them first in the quilt shop and I thought, what a great idea! I love the layer cake just as much but really I find them all quite useful depending on what I’m making. Thank you for sharing your quilt made with Pat’s new fabric line. I love how cozy it looks in it’s simplicity. Looks like it would be so fun to make. kclayton77@me.com

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  189. Your quilt is beautiful! I gravitate towards fat quarter bundles. Sometimes I wait to cut until I have had time to admire the pretty stack all tied with a bow. Thanks for the chance!

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  190. Spot on is a pretty pattern! My favorite precuts are fat quarters.

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  191. My favorite pre ur is 10 inch squares. I’m loving the Spot on pattern!

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  192. I love all precuts but if I were to pick just one it would probably be fat quarters because I love using left over pieces of a particular line for other projects.to go with the quilt.

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  193. Oops I think I commented on something else. I love fat quarters because there are so many other uses for the left overs

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  194. I am also a big fan of fat quarters. It is the perfect size to store and is extremely versatile since I mainly make lap size quilts. Both versions of the Spot On quilts using Bird Song fabric are beautiful.

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  195. I really enjoy fat quarters! All those colors in a stack make me feel creative and happy 😊 Ncmatheson at Gmail dot com

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  196. Fun patterns and good way to use Pat's fabrics!

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  197. My favorite pre-cut is fat quarters.

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  198. I don't have a favorite precut - I love them all! I just can't resist getting so many prints in one cute package. Having trouble signing in, so my email is baj555(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Barb

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  199. I prefer fat quarter precuts. Thanks for your inspirational colour choices. ajgibson@telus.net

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