Fat Quarter Projects for a Fat Quarter Face Off

Fat Quarter Face-off

Fat Quarter Projects are a great way to purchase fabric.  We want to inspire you with our fat quarter projects for the holidays.  Welcome to our FIRST ever Fat Quarter Face-off Holiday 2014 edition.

Fairfield has partnered with Robert Kaufman fabrics to bring you gifts you can make for the holidays.  The Fairfield Master Makers have created projects to get your creative juices flowing.  If you are looking for Hostess gifts or home decor for the festive season we have some ideas for you.  Not only do we have lots of inspiration we have a giveaway.  You could win your choice of color story from one of the fat quarters shown below.  We are selecting TWO people who comment below, to win a Fat Quarter Bundle and choice of a bag of Poly-fil batting or Poly-fil Fiberfill.
Winter

Winter’s Grandeur by Studio RK, Indigo colorstory
FQ-777-12    12 pcs, incl. 2/3yd full panel print / 3.41 yards
Winter

Winter’s Grandeur by Studio RK, Winter colorstory
FQ-776-16    16 pcs, incl. 2/3yd full panel print / 4.41 yards

Winter

Winter’s Grandeur by Studio RK, Holiday colorstory
FQ-775-21     21 pcs, incl. 2/3yd full panel print / 5.67 yards

Holiday Flourish by Peggy Toole, Silver colorstory

Holiday Flourish by Peggy Toole, Silver colorstory
FQ-773-15     15 pcs, incl. 2/3 full panel print / 4.16 yards

Holiday Flourish by Peggy Toole, Pine colorstory

Holiday Flourish by Peggy Toole, Pine colorstory
FQ-771-15        15 pcs, incl. 2/3yd full panel print / 4.16 yards

How can you win the giveaway?  Leave a comment telling us what you would make if you won.  We will randomly select TWO winners; TWO people who comment below, to win a Fat Quarter Bundle and choice of a bag of Poly-fil batting or Poly-fil Fiberfill.  Not only could you win something but you can help our designers win.  They are competing for prizes.   The winning Master Maker will get a $75 Amazon card, Second Place $50 Amazon card and Third Place $25 Amazon card.  All others will get my love and gratitude.  So if you vote for your two favorite projects and tell us what you would make if you are the winner, you will be entered to win.  Ends: November 16, 2014, 9:55 pm

Click on the heart in the top right corner to vote. 


88 thoughts on “Fat Quarter Projects for a Fat Quarter Face Off”

  1. I would love to try a small quilt if I won!

  2. Kristy says:

    So fun! Good luck to all the project creators! Thanks for the chance at the giveaways too! I think I would make a table runner or maybe a few more stockings! Thanks!

  3. Cheryl says:

    If I won a fat quarter and fiberfill I would create a special dress for a little girl with a doll to match.

  4. Kristen Mansen-Sweeney says:

    I would definitely make one of my fabric wreaths if I win…

  5. susan saxton says:

    Those gorgeous fabrics will make amazing Christmas gifts!

  6. I like the blue color way and would probably make a snowman qlt

  7. Therese Ruff says:

    I love the modern holiday quilt. I would make a similar quilt!

  8. Beautiful fabric. Would make a table runner with it. I can see it would be stunning! I particularly love the series ‘Winter’s Grandeur by Studio RK, Winter colorstory’

  9. Melissa Mills says:

    If I won the fat quarters and batting I would use them to make mini stockings (possibly a garland of them) and donate them to our local library’s holiday bazaar!

  10. Teresa Baker says:

    I would definitely make some type of quilt or throw and would LOVE to win one of these bundles.

  11. Joyce Shine says:

    These are so beautiful, contest are so exciting!! I guess it would depend on which set as to who would get the quilt, if I won!!! Heehee (super giddy)

  12. Sallie says:

    Do not see a heart.

    1. Niki says:

      Hi Sallie, if you hover over the image with your mouse it will appear in the top right corner of the image. Thanks

  13. Donna Kirby says:

    All the bundles are “sew” awesome…I love working with Fat Quarters!!!

  14. Small Christmas gifts.

  15. cdieckman129@gmail.com says:

    Not sure exactly what I would make. The fabric has to tell me what it wants to be!

  16. Lori Summers says:

    I would make aprons and pot holders if I won.

  17. christine Shapiro says:

    I would love to make a wall hanging for my sewing room. Thanks!!

  18. Evelyn B says:

    I would make either Christmas table runners or placemats. Love the fabrics. Thanks!!

  19. Karen Ostrom says:

    I would use it in a quilt

  20. Nancy Cole says:

    Christmas tree skirt

  21. Lori Clancy says:

    I would make some table runners for family for the holiday season with the Winter Grandeur Indigo Colorstory! thanks!

  22. Jenna C. says:

    Stockings and some ornaments for the tree!

  23. Amy Caldwell says:

    Would Love to use any of these beautiful bundles for a quilt or large wall hanging and try my hand at using the twister tool. Thanks for the chance to win these Luscious fabrics and some quilt batting.

  24. Julia says:

    I would make a quilt to cuddle under or a tree skirt and matching stockings!

  25. Bobbi Pennington says:

    I would make a stocking and a Christmas quilt for my sisters new little baby girl Ayda! I have waited 15 years for someone in my family to have a little girl- I fully intend to spoil her!!!!

  26. I would make a beautiful art quilt.

  27. Linda Smales says:

    All are beautiful. would make a tree skirt.

  28. I have been meaning to make a casserole carrier – maybe I’ll wait to see if I win the fq’s.

  29. Veronika says:

    Oooh what lovely collections! Depending on which one I chose either a table runner or dress for my little one! And a stocking for my other (new) little one!

  30. Rhonda says:

    I might make a throw or a table runner and placemats.

  31. JLVerde says:

    Stuffed toys, of course. I love making dolls and toys for The Fluff Project.

  32. stephanie says:

    I’d love to make quilt from the silver color story.

  33. Ginny Kleven says:

    I love the blue bundle but also love the modern quilt made with the reds. Another dilemma. From the blues would do modern quilt as it inspires tranquility.

  34. Genee Kilburn Davis says:

    If I were to win, I’d make a quilt and perhaps some bibs. Everything I make, I give away, so it will be made into a lot of items I’m sure! 😉 I love that I am able to give and donate so many things! <3

  35. Gail Dempsey says:

    Christmas quilt!

  36. Kathryn Jang says:

    I am truly in awe of all the projects! I would love to do a wall hanging for my one wall for Christmas.

  37. deb shupe says:

    Tablecover..or a quilt..or placemats…or???

  38. Amy Reitzel says:

    I love the modern Christmas quilt. I would like to make that with one of these bundles.

  39. Janie says:

    I would make a quillow with the fat quarter bundle. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

  40. Julie L says:

    I’d make my own version of that Christmas Tree HST quilt.

  41. I would make holiday bibs for all the littles I know….and a few I don’t!

  42. dina mcdaneld says:

    I am just learning how to quilt and would LOVE To win this! They are all beautiful! I would defiantly make a lovely wall hanging!

  43. Teresa Van de Castle says:

    a quilt.!!

  44. Janet T says:

    I am looking for red/green fabrics for a Christmas quilt for my BFF.

  45. Jean says:

    Holiday Flourish by Peggy Toole
    Silver Color Story gets my vote!

  46. Sharon Gaskin says:

    I love the indigo colorstory. I need to make a holiday hanging to hang in my office window. This would be perfect!

  47. charlotte m. says:

    Love the indigo color story and I would love to make a table runner out of it. I could use one for the holidays.

  48. karen fisher says:

    I would love to make Holiday Flourish by Peggy Toole, Silver colorstory. Thank you for the chance.

  49. Karen H says:

    Holiday Flourish would be fabulous in a smaller quilt. I would love to make the bibs for my niece, but all of the projects are great ideas!

  50. Amy says:

    I would like to try the modern Christmas quilt.

  51. Debbie Chenoweth says:

    I Would make a wall hanging for a gift.

  52. Sue parks says:

    Stunning collection of fabrics! I would get my rotary cutter busy and make a Christmas quilt.

  53. Linda E in AZ says:

    I would use the lovely fabrics to make one or more “community” quilts for our guild — my gift of love to someone needing cheer or support.
    thanks!

  54. LINDA says:

    HI,I’d make a special quilt for my granddaughter!
    Thanks for sharing!

  55. Tabatha Gray says:

    Amazing projects!!! It would be so fun to play with those fat quarters!

  56. Sherri F. says:

    Beautiful fabric….. Make a throw quilt for my Niece and Xmas stocking for my new grandson and granddaughter.

  57. Beth D says:

    I have a tree skirt pattern sitting right here waiting for some fabric. Sounds like a match!

  58. Suzanne M. says:

    I would make some bread baskets for my sisters as Xmas presents. Beautiful fabric!

  59. Irene Chandler says:

    Love the fabrics…especially the holiday and pine colorways…I would make a quilt!

  60. Pam says:

    Thanks for the wonderful eye candy! I love the Indigo color story, and I would use it to make a cozy throw quilt.

  61. Tricia says:

    Love the modern christmas quilt! Would love to win some fabric!,

  62. Marla says:

    Quilters are so talented! Thank you for sharing your talent.

  63. GloriaW says:

    I love Pieces by Polly quilt, I just vote for it. Love the fabrics.

  64. David Mayer says:

    All of those are very beautiful and well-made, but the ones I would actually USE during the winter months would be the Modern Christmas Quilt or the Christmas Tree Quilt.

    Thanks for sharing!

  65. Shannon says:

    LOVE the Modern Christmas Quilt. Made with my favorite colors. Just beautiful!!

  66. Holly says:

    I’d make some pillows and an apron.

  67. Would make a small quilt for my 7 month old Granddaughter! ! !

  68. Kendra says:

    My favorite is the modern Christmas quilt.

  69. kim Kannely says:

    i would love to make a wall hanging or a throw for my living room and any leftover for granddaughters doll blankets!

  70. nancy rector says:

    I would make lovely striped friendship bags.

  71. Debrah says:

    If I won, I would make mug rugs and quilted needle book stocking stuffers.

  72. Nancy Myers says:

    I would make some Christmas gifts such as potholders, bowl cozies, and pincushions.

  73. kathy pfaltzgraff says:

    I would make a wall hanging to display in my mom’s room at the nursing home this holiday season. Kathy in Colo

  74. Wendie Iverson says:

    I would make a quilt. I loved the christmas quilt. Beautiful.

  75. Barbara Cohn says:

    A Christmas tree skirt

  76. I would make new table decorations with the fabric. I had to downsize to an apartment after my husband passed away and I don’t have any table linens for my table for 4

  77. Carla Moore says:

    I would like the chance to make a Christmas wall hanging for each of my three grandsons. Thank you

  78. patty says:

    Cute stff

  79. I would make holiday bibs for the new twins next door and the “miracle” baby in my family.

  80. Anne L says:

    I would ponder the loveliness of the fabric and then make either a wallhanging or table runner

  81. Jennifer Livingston says:

    I’d make a pretty tree skirt!

  82. Crystal Austin says:

    I would sew up a beautiful patchwork Christmas dress for my 4 year old daughter ♡

  83. Tina Batt says:

    The Millie B bibs by Lorine Mason are absolutely adorable!!

  84. Ruth Lepage says:

    I’ve been thinking about what I could make with fat quarters. It’s a new area of sewing for me.

  85. Judy Bowers says:

    I would make a mystery quilt.

  86. Oh how fun! I would love to win and make a table runner or Christmas quilt!

  87. Lisa Johnson Cowell says:

    I am making quilts and Christmas stockings for my daughter and grandchildren.

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