Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Favorite Fat Quarter Quilts & a Friday Quilting Giveaway!

Quilting giveaway hosted by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Two, Four, Six, Eight Fat Quarter Quilts you can Appreciate!!!

What a clever name for a quilting book?  We all have Fat Quarters, lots of Fat Quarters! So this is another tool you can use for sewing  those Fat Quarters  up into quilts, you then can make room for, maybe more fabric?  Not right away of course, but you know there will soon be something you cannot resist  so you will have room if you just “have to buy” it…

Wait, back on point, This new quilt BOOK!  This is another great compilation of Moda quilt designers coming together to aide another great cause: the proceeds of this book will go to Special Olympics!

Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

and look!!!!! My quilt made the cover, over on the bottom corner!!!! My quilts usually do not make covers, they usually are too dark for covers, but not this one!!!!!

Click HERE to get your Copy of Two, Four, Six, Eight!

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Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

This little quilt is called Golden Rule in the book, (Be Kind on our website, oops) It takes 8 Fat quarters plus the border fabric.  The quilt and the appliques are flannel and the whole quilt is just so fun and easy to stitch. It ca be stitched by hand or machine AND if you are allergic to wool try using flannel like I did here…you will have to eliminate the one wool piece because I did use wool strips for the stems and vines but they could easily be made out of cotton if you wish; click the button below if you want to purchase a kit for this project, if you win our Friday quilt give-away we will refund your purchase!  We have the book and kit at a special price on the website for this through the weekend!  We have limited number of kits because this flannel is so popular it is almost sold out!Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Here are a couple more projects in the book without giving every project in the book away!

Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa Bongean

If you would like to buy a kit for our quilt Golden Rule…CLICK HERE.

I might have borrowed a block from a certain pattern of mine. Do you know which one?                   Twilight Garden!  Fat Quarter Quilts featured by top US quilting blogger, Lisa BongeanClick HERE if want to know more about Twilight Garden! Twilight is made with wool appliques on a navy flannel background.  It was quilted by long are quilter, Linda Hrcka and is just beautiful beyond words in person, here in this photo…not so much…I am going to do a whole post soon on this quilt alone…

I know some of you are still working on it, and some are almost finished and some of them are done!  If have it finished can you send me a picture of you and your quilt for my post?

Now back on point again, thanks for sticking with me..

If you want win a digital copy of Two, Four, Six, Eight…and at kit

Please leave me a comment by answering this question…What size fabric do you normally buy/collect? Do you collect Fat Quarters, half yards just simply tell us what is your go-to fabric size to collect is?  I will pick a winner by 3/16/2020

To comment click on the words COMMENTS  “at the end of this post after the date, and Leave a Reply will pop up! I am sorry some of you find this difficult but keep scrolling down…at the end of this post and you will find it!

All for now, STITCH EVERYDAY! xxx Lisa

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I live on a lake in beautiful Butte Des Morts, WI. I have three sons: Lance (forever 29), Luke 33, Jake 32, and two grand-babies, Little Man and O-Bug. I've been married to the love of my life Nick, since 1998 when we started our crazy adventure together! I am a quilter, rugger, and gardener. I also love to cook when I get the chance. Thanks for visiting and supporting Primitive Gathering Quilt Shop where I try to bring you the best Moda fabrics and wool projects anywhere!

565 thoughts on “Favorite Fat Quarter Quilts & a Friday Quilting Giveaway!

  1. I usualy buy half yards when I purchase yardage unless I am buying for sashing or borders. With precuts, I prefer layer cakes.

    1. Lisa. I generally buy 3 1yrd fabrics and then 6 to 8 matching fat quarters. Love mostly soft colors with a focus fsbric. Fall is my favorite season.

      1. My “habit” is to buy in all sizes. I have purchased multiples of the same fat quarter when I like the fabric and yardage is not available. I don’t hesitate to purchase 1/2 yard cuts or yardage when the fabric is calling me.

  2. I usually purchase Fat Quarters. I have quite a few patterns that use fat quarters.

  3. I collect both fat quarters & 1/2 yds. Some fabrics are so precious that they call for more.

  4. I like 1 yard cuts if I am not sure what I am using the fabric for. I like layer cakes as a precut.

  5. I usually purchase a couple of yards if it’s something I can’t live without but usually a yard or fat quarters.

    1. Fat quarters are go to purchase but was told early on if you love the fabric buy at least two yards.

  6. I have baskets of fat quarters but ummm I have yardage too. I guess my rule of thumb is if I like it, I by some of it.

    1. I started with 1-3 yards and Fat Quarters. Now I’m building my stach with Jelly rolls. I need more Fat Quarters! I’m a Beginner and I’m excited to Explore💜

  7. I have been using jelly rolls and charm packs, but since I’ve started BH3 I’ve started to purchase half yards and fat quarters. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of 2,4,6,8 and the kit for your quilt!

  8. I like fat quarters and have drawers full of them. I fall in love with a line and hate to cut it, so I need this book.

  9. Any and all sizes! I love fat quarter and end-of-bolt sales, but buy half yard cuts if it isn’t on sale but I must have it. Love the Be Kind appliqué!

  10. I usually purchase 1 yard, but lately I’ve been buying stripes to use for bindings–so if I see something I think I can use a lot, I’ll buy 3-4 yards so I have it on hand. My closest fabric store is 35 miles away so I hate having to run to the store every time I need something.

  11. I’m in love with Fat Quarters! Always fun to have 20 – 30 in my stash unassigned. And I love your Be Kind quilt!

  12. I do collect fat quarters bundledof the fabric lines I like.
    My only problem is I find it hard to break up the set!

  13. I love fat quarters and have a whole collection of those, but if I really, really love the fabric I’ll get 3 yards because you just have to have it all and don’t want to not have enough when the time comes to use it.

  14. I “collect” fat quarters, but I buy a yard or more of fabrics that I just gotta have! The fabric often justifies the search for just the right pattern. Your patterns call to me, and then the fabric selection follows.

  15. I usually buy a half yard now. If I really love it, I’ll buy one yard or if I need borders, 2 or 3 yards. I bought a fat quarter bundle of the Indigo gatherings and then a larger piece for borders and binding, love the blues!

  16. Fat Quarters make up a HUGE part of my stash. I just find it hard to open them. They are SO PRETTY all neatly arranged and tied up with a ribbon. A present for ME.

  17. I love to buy fat quarters. It’s hard to resist when you see such beautiful fabrics. I have a wonderful stash of fat quarters that comes in handy for various quilt projects.

  18. I primarily collect fat quarter bundles in the fabrics that I’m attracted to. Although I always collect half yard or full yard bundles of creamy or buttery background fabrics that I love to add to my fabric stash.

  19. Lately I have just started to collect fat quarters with no particular project in mind.

  20. I have a fabric habit that has me buying fat quarters half yards and even enough for backs I regret not doing twilight garden and love your new. Pattern and book Would love to put this in my kitchen wish me luck

  21. I usually buy a yard when I don’t have an immediate plan. That gives me more flexibility and I don’t run out as often happens if I have only a fat quarter.

  22. I usually buy half yards because i have a daughter and grand daughter who quilt as well so if they need some i still have some left

  23. Half yard bundles when I can afford them, when things a tight I just look and drool. lol

  24. I do buy fat quarters but usually 1-3 yards depending on how much I love the fabrics. I do love your flannels and have made nearly all your pillows.

  25. I used to buy fat quarters for “I might use this someday” or “I LOVE this fabric.” Now, I tend to buy fat quarters or half yards for specific projects. Then, when I get home, I’ll “kit” everything I need to make that project.

  26. For the “gotta have its”, I buy at least a yard. I would say my usual is half yard. Fat quarters are the most fun though to grab and go (and stack together in my stash).

  27. I generally buy either fat quarters or half yard pieces, and most of the time I have no idea what they will be used for.

  28. I seem to have a stash of fat quarters that is out of control! Congrats on being on the cover of the new book. Love, love, love your quilt!

  29. I normally purchase a fat quarter, unless it’s a “must-have” and then it’s a half,or whole, yard.

  30. I normally buy at least a yard. I have bought and have several charm packs though.

  31. First I buy layer cakes and sometimes jelly rolls. This is when I “must have” at least a little bit of a new fabric collection but don’t yet know what I’m going to do with it. But when a new fabric collection is introduced and I simply “can’t live without it,” I buy the fat quarter collection. This happened when you came out with INDIGO GATHERINGS … I ordered TWO fat quarter collections from YOU of this fabric! I have a pretty good idea which quilt I’m going to make from it.

  32. I love fat quarters as I usually order a stack so I get the whole color way. Love your work and congratulations on your book.

  33. I usually purchase at least 3 yards of a fabric…that way I always have enough for borders cut on the lengthwise grain. As I do not live near any local quilt shops and have to travel at least an hour to buy fabric it makes sense to me that I get a larger amount in case I cannot find the same fabric on my next trip to the shop. I do love fat quarters and pre-cuts but 3 yards is my go-to preference. Thanks so much for a chance to win….

  34. I purchase some fat quarters but most often several yards if buying cottons. For wools- usually bundles and yardage for basic colors. Thanks for the chance.

  35. I usually collect yards of fabric, but I have a lot of fat quarters that I have gotten through fat quarter exchanges at retreats and guild meeting. I have made a few fat quarter quilts, such fun.

  36. I started out buying fat quarters but soon went to one yard purchases. I now usually buy 5 yards when I purchase material unless I am buying for a specific project. Needless to say, I have a LOT of fabric!

  37. I love fat quarter bundles but if I really love it I will get a yard and usually I don’t have any plans for it….just love the fabric! Thank you for the chance to win!

  38. I usually buy half yard cuts or fat quarters – I love your quilt and congratulations for it being on the cover!!

  39. Depends on the project. That said, I have a lot of projects in my stash of fat quarters and yardage! I could not pass up the Indigo Blues collection and it does not have a project yet… Love your fabrics.

  40. Oh Lisa! What a cute book to use all my “fats”! I usually buy fat quarters or half yard cuts as my stitch group gives “the Birthday Girl” a fat quarter to celebrate her big day! With the half yards, I get to keep a fat quarter too! BTW, when the front of the book popped up, I immediately went to the lower corner one even before I knew it was yours!
    Another awesome book by Moda I bet!

  41. What size? Hmmm, I used to buy fat quarters, and have s LOT of them. In the last few years I’ve upped my game. If I like it I buy a yard, if I really like it I buy 3 yards!!😱. I could really use a good fat quarter book!

  42. I purchase fat quarters, layer cakes, charm packs, and jelly rolls. I love the assortment of colors and prints that lend themselves to so many quilt designs.

  43. I have bought many fat quarters over the years before I opened my own shop. When I am out now I still buy fat quarters and for a possible border I buy 2-3 yards. A lot of times I purchase 1/2 to 1 yard. Thanks for a chance to win the digital copy. Paula in KY

  44. I have tubs of fat quarters…they can be used for just about everything . A little piece of heaven, you get a lot of variety and dont have to burden staff to cut small pieces off the bolt. Win win.

  45. I usually buy fat quarters, but if a fabric really speaks to me I’ll buy at least a yard! 😉

  46. I love fat quarter bundles as they usually have a nice variety of a designers line of coordinated fabrics. Sometimes I throw in a couple half yard pieces of the fabrics I really like.

  47. I usually buy fat quarters because they are packaged together and are so pretty or I want a lot of different fabrics of the same color way. If I see a fabric that I really like I will by a meter/yard or even two.

  48. I like to buy fat quarters to build up my fabric stash. I especially love reproduction prints and like my quilts very scrappy. Having a lot of fat quarters to choose from makes my quilts very scrappy and me very happy!!!! Happy Friday!

  49. I used to do fat quarters and 1/4 yards and still do sometimes. But now I tend to get 1/2 yards! Collecting fabric is so much FUN!

  50. If love the fabric and don’t have any plans at this time for its use, I will purchase at 1 1/4 yd, that way I can “play” with the quarter yard on a smaller project saving the yard of fabric for another project. I usually look for quilt backings when fabrics on sale at LQS

  51. I buy charm packs for collecting a designers fabrics. I buy fat quarters if I want to make a project.

  52. Lisa, i love your block, would love to have this book! I tend to buy fat quarters, they are so versatile.

  53. I do have lots of fat quarters that I have purchased, but now I mostly buy half yards!!!

  54. I like that you said “ buy/ collect”!! I love bundles of fat quarters~~ if a designer makes a collection and the whole thing is yummy I like having it bundled. I can add extra yardage to it! My fav precut is a layer cake. 🥰

  55. I usually make bed size quilts and i have been buying kits the last many years so my stash is not turning over😞I’m excited to be moving to your area from Michigan to be closer to daughters and families and will be able to take some classes. Janice

  56. I love fat quarters stacks! There is something so tactile having all the lovely colors and patterns. Plus it is a fantastic way to develop “color” sense for planning a quilt.

  57. I love fat quarters! If I see a fabric I can’t live without, which happens ALL the time, I have to buy at least a fat quarter!

  58. Love your quilt in the new book. I started out buying 2½” strip rolls but have gone a little nuts and buy it all. Fat quarter bundles are my new go to but if I really love something I get 2 yards or more.

  59. If I think it is a cool fabric I will by fat quarter. If I love it I buy a half yard. If I think it is totally totally awesome I buy a yard or 3.

  60. I go towards jelly rolls or layer cakes , but sometime fat quarters …. just love fabric collections ❤️

  61. Just love all your work!! I have a tendency to buy1 yard cuts of any fabric that I don’t have an immediate plan for. You never know how much you’ll need!

  62. When I buy fabric just to have on hand (not for a specific purpose), I generally buy fat quarters. Recently, however, I heard Bonnie Hunter talk about buying 1/3 yard cuts, as she finds them so much more usable, and only a dollar or so more than a fat quarter. That makes a lot of sense to me, and that is what I will do in the future.

  63. my go-to fabric size is yardage. i wash my fabric before using and yardage is easier. plus i’m not limited to a smaller size. fat quarters are my 2nd choice, although i don’t have many fat quarters.

  64. I’m a fat quarter kind of girl but if a fabric speaks to me I’ll get a couple of yards lol.

  65. I usually buy half to full/multiple yards. I rarely buy fat quarters because if i like a fabric, I gotta have enough to fondle plus use in a project. I can so easily see me making the Be Kind one in any number of your cotton prints. No matter the fabric, it will be fabulous for a nice wall hanging. Thanks so much for the great give away offer.

  66. Your quilt is stunning. I buy fat quarters. I use a lot of them and they are so pretty stored.

  67. That little quilt is gorgeous! I definitely collect fat quarters and yardage. I also have an over abundance of charm packs and jelly rolls, which were all Christmas presents from my daughter! I finally had to tell her no more jelly rolls!

  68. I usually buy a half yard, unless it’s on a big sale or love it too much, then a yard or more.

  69. I usually buy a 1/2 yard to yard except for your Primitive Gatherings muslin which I buy many yards. I use if for everything and love it!

  70. I usually buy yardage unless I love the whole collection. Then I buy all available fat quarters – like Indigo Gatherings!

  71. I usually buy 1 yard cuts. If I want fat quarters then I will purchase 1/2 yard cuts so I have enough to make 2 quilts, one for me and one for my BFF.

  72. It depends on how I’m using the fabric – if it’s for a background, I’ll buy at least 5 yards. But typically, if I really like it, I’ll buy half yards or a yard.

  73. I buy whatever the pattern says to buy. My stash wasn’t getting used because none of it worked for “ the next project” so I just started buying only what the patterns call for.

  74. I love your Be Kind quilt. So appropriate. I generally buy only fabric in the amount I have a plan for. Sometimes a little bit more so I a have plentiful stash.

  75. If I don’t have a project in mind I will buy 1 yard cuts! And maybe some coordinating fabric to go with it!

  76. Oh…it depends! Fat quarters if I like a particular color or line of fabric. 1 yard cuts if it’s a great background or think i would love to use it as a border or setting in a small quilt. 3 or 5 yards if it a great backing.

  77. I usually buy fat quarters or half yards when fat quarters are not available. Thank you for this opportunity.

  78. Half yards are my go to. I organized my
    personal stash of fabrics in an adaptation of the Kon Mari method. (You tube) Perfect when you need to pull everything out to find fabrics for a new quilt!

  79. I generally buy fat quarters unless I’m making something that requires just 1 or 2 fabrics, then I buy what the pattern calls for plus a bit more for my stash. Love your little quilts..

  80. I normally buy fat quarters because I love fabric and colors and I usually don’t know what I want to do with them. I find fat quarter bundles are usually any-project-friendly and an affordable way to get every sku in a particular line. I am currently using my Indigo Gatherings and my Urban Farmhouse Gatherings for the Moda BH3.

  81. In the past I collected fat quarters. Now I like a scrapper look so am getting more layer cakes.

  82. I absolutely love this new quilt! I am a collector of all fabric. I collect fat quarters, yardage usually by the yard, wool fabric, and I’m really loving your line of flannel. The colors of your flannel is so rich and deliciously soft.

  83. Fat quarters because don’t require a lot of money and they are so easy to use for all kinds of projects big and small

  84. Neat book! I love purchasing precuts but also purchase a lot of yardage because you can never have too much fabric!

  85. Love the Be Kind quilt! Really need that reminder now. I collect half yards because it offers more options for the full width of fabric.

  86. I started collecting fat quarters..but If I love a cut I will
    buy a half yard..I usually pieced my backs with left over blocks and tey to make a pretty layout…
    Cary in Tomahawk WI

  87. I am a fat quarter shopper! I mostly make scrappy quilts, so fat quarters are perfect! This book would be awesome for all my fat quarters! Your quilt is beautiful! Thanks for the opportunity!

  88. Layer cakes, jelly rolls seem to be my first choice. If not available I get 3 yards of each fabric because heaven forbid I should be short on one. 😂

  89. Hi Lisa,

    I usually collect 1/3 yards of fabric when I am buying with nothing special in mind. I can cut 2 and 1/2 inch strips from that and still have some leftover for appliqué or blocks in different sizes. I love the book and would be excited to win it.

    Thanks for your inspiration and generosity.

    Ellen in Liberty

  90. I usually buy fat quarters. I like that you can get a selection of fabrics then you can just pick up extra yardage for borders & backs.

  91. Enjoy your blog so much and your books. I am a beginner so I don’t have many fat quarters but am acquiring them at a steady rate😳. Would love to try my hand at wool and flannel.

  92. I like to use any precuts unless I’m doing a project that requires more fabric. If I see something that catches my eye (which is almost everything!) I’ll buy a yard or two of the fabric.

  93. I usually buy fat quarter sets unless my local quilt shop has a sale, then I buy whole yards or more!

  94. Fat quarters. You get a nice coordinated selection then just pick up extra yardage for borders & backing.

  95. I try to purchase something at whatever shop I am visiting, so fat quarters seem to be the easiest, but that doesn’t stop me from stocking up on larger cuts, too! Jill in Phoenix/Calgary

  96. I am a fat quarter buyer! There are many patterns that fat quarters work perfectly for. I love your Be Kind quilt!

  97. Well, kinda a hard question. If it’s pretty I’ll buy 3 yards. Most of the time I buy a jelly roll or 1 1/2 yards of a blender for making quilts for our guild.

  98. I love your Be Kind quilt. I buy fat quarters because I love making scrap quilts . I have started buying kits would love to do Moonlight Garden once I retire and have more time.

  99. I like to buy yardage. 2 or 3 yards unless it is for project I am working on. I have to travel 35 miles to shop so I like to have plenty on hand.

  100. To get a variety, I will buy fat quarter bundles. If I buy yardage it is at least a half yard.

  101. I buy fat quarter bu d.es and yardage. I seem to use fat quarter bu does up as fast as I get them.

  102. If I’m buying yardage I usually get 1/2 yards. On precuts I get mostly whatever is on sale or at the best price. I just LOVE most all fabric! Lol

  103. I used to buy fat quarters and still do buy many. Lately though, I have purchased a few more half yard pieces. Now I need to use all the fabric I have collected.

  104. I buy fat quarters usually when there is a sale. I buy in color groups usually. Since I do machine appliqué, I always have a source for my designs. Also, we have fat quarter drawings at our guild so I’m able to donate to the cause.

  105. I buy a fat quarter if I like it I like to buy fat quarter collections. If I buy yardage, it is usually two yards. When I see fabric suitable for backgrounds, it is four plus yards. I also buy kits if the pattern I like calls for a lot of different fabrics. It would be wonderful to win. Barbara

  106. Good morning…I seem to buy more fat quarters but lately I have been getting charms for table runners. I have started my Christmas gifts. Have a beautiful weekend,💜

  107. If I like the fabric will buy 1/2 yards. I like making scrap quilts so fat quarters for those!!

  108. I would love to win this book and especially the kit! Always looking for quilts to use my fat quarters and love wool Applique!

  109. If not shopping for a particular pattern, I am usually tempted to purchase fat quarters from shops when traveling, or from quilt show vendors.


  110. Fatquarters are my largest stash, followed by layer cakes since I enjoy making scrappy quilts. I confess that I am addicted to your wool designs and valdani threads. SEW MUCH fun!

  111. I have been collecting coordinating fat quarters, I am not sure when I will have “enough”. I love, love, love charm packs.

  112. I buy yardage most of the time. Fat QT’s don’t seem to be enough for me most of the time. But I love the looks of this book and who say’s I can’t cut my own fat Qt out of yardage. Happy Quilting.

  113. I usually buy fabric by the yard. If I really love the fabric I purchase at least 3 yards. I guess that is why my sewing room is bursting at the seams! LOL

  114. If it is something I really like or a good blender I buy 2 yards. I also buy a lot of Jelly Rolls if it is a line I really like.

  115. Good morning, Lisa. My go to fabric would probably be yardage. But as I am an addict precuts find their way to my stash often, especially with wools and wool flannel as I use smaller sizes of those.

  116. Hi Lisa! Thanks for the opportunity. I usually buy 1/3 or 1/2 yard cuts of fabric when stash building. If I find a good background fabric with possibilities I grab a few yards. If a fabric really appeals to me I will buy a yard. Been to your shop and love the selection.

  117. I usually start out with one yard cuts – and save scrapes in zip bags until it’s all gone. I do collect FQ and srt by theme or color!

  118. I collect it all!! Lol!! My go to is actually fat quarter bundles! I can’t have too many! I do like precuts as well! Just makes it nice to get a whole collection and know you can make something!

  119. Hi Lisa: I always buy with more than one project in mine. I will normally purchase 2 1/2 yards at a time. This gives me leftovers for other projects such as a purse or tote bag. It challenges me to use the extra fabrics with what I have on hand.

  120. If I don’t have a particular pattern in mind I purchase fat quarters. Fat quarters are a great way to mix up a collection.

    1. I typically buy morefat quarters. I do a lot of hand applique and fat quarters give me a bigger variety to choose from.

  121. If I like a grouping of fabrics, I will buy the entire bundle, especially at shows. Same at my local store. I definitely have a fabric addiction. Since so many of my volunteer activities have been canceled lately, I am going to sort through my stockpile and donate fabric I know I won’t use or can’t possibly live long enough to use! Based on my fabric stash, I should live to 120!

  122. I yard or less if I like it.
    2 yards if I REALLY like it.
    3 yards or more if I REALLY, REALLY like it.

  123. My go to fabric for all colors, they are great for all the applique I do, so many colors and designs.

  124. My go to fabric to buy is fat quarter stacks. I just bought the Wool & Needle V stack. I love it and can wait to use it.

  125. I either collect fat quarters or layer cake unless I already have a plan then it will be yardage.

  126. I usually buy 1 1/2 to 2 yard pieces. Fat quarters depends on the pattern. I have way to much of both. I’ll used the fabric up eventually, right? Thanks

  127. If I fall in love with a fabric and must have some, but don’t have a project in mind – I buy pre-cutsl. Layer cakes, jelly rolls, charm packs !!! It great to see a book dedicated to fabric obsession.

  128. I start with 1/2 yard If I’m adding to my stash – more yardage if I really love the fabric of bundles if I love the line. Now I’ve started wool applique and will need a new house for my cotton and wool stashes.

  129. I buy fat quarters some times but mostly 1/2 yards and if I really like it 3 yards just in case!!

  130. i mostly buy yardage when I find fabric I love. I found that I have collected so many fat quarters and they just sit there.

  131. I love Fat Quarter Bundles. You get the whole collection, then I can shop for yardage for boarders and backings and pick my favorites. Thank you for the give a way!

  132. I buy 1 yard and fat quarters…really like getting the entire line with the FQ option! Thanks for your give away…you are special. .Melinda

  133. I went on a kick of purchasing fat quarters of civil war fabrics a while back so I have a pretty good collection of them. Lately, I like to buy a yard … “just in case”!

  134. I usually buy fat quarters or 1/2 yards I love the way the make a beautiful stack and fit perfectly in my storage bins.

  135. I’ve been buying mostly fat quarters, but will buy 1/2 yards collections when I can find them (sometimes you need that full WOF). By the qay, the detail in your Golden Rule quilt is exquisite!

  136. I am a fabric collector. I have many fat quarters in many colour ways. Most times I purchase 1 meter of fabric when on sale. Would love to own your book.

  137. I love fabric- buy alot of scrap bags for the treasures inside. Will buy 3 yd lengths of the one that call my name. Enjoy your collecting and sewing

  138. Half yards to stash build. Four to five yards for backgrounds. Two and a half yards for borders.

  139. if I’m not making a project, I like to collect the mini charms. I get to experience so many fabric lines!

  140. I usually buy fabric in 1/2 yards, but I also love fat quarter and fat eight bundles.

  141. I enjoy purchasing coordinations of fat quarters. When you use and cut fats quarters it’s possible to plan more than one quilt with what’s left after your first cut depending on your first pattern.

  142. I tend to buy 1/2 yards but if I love the fabric I might buy 3 yards. A special fabric seems to find its way into more than one quilt.

  143. If I love the fabric and it can be a background I buy 4 yards. If I love it and not a background I buy 2 yards.
    Oh, I can’t forget the times I buy fabric twice when I forget I already purchased the fabric. I figure I must really love it.

  144. I usually get a collection of fat quarters but I will get a yard if I want a possible main print

  145. I buy everything. I have so much material as I have been quilting for 44 years so I usually gather what I have and then fill in with whatever is needed to finish the quilt. Usually it is the backing.

  146. Hello. I usually buy fat quarters unless I’m totally in love with one fabric or particular color. Then I buy yardage.

  147. I collect all size fabrics in different patterns. As I’ve been a quilter for twenty years I’ve become more purposeful in collecting.

  148. I love scrappy quilts so fat quarters and 1/2 yard cuts are what I usually go for. If a great large scale print is on sale, I’ll buy 4-6 yards for backings.

  149. I buy lots of fat quarter towers… lots…. and why don’t I use them up? Lack of fq friendly patterns (that I like), so this book… Would be great!
    Future purchases …. I’m going with five yard cuts of neutrals… so I have backgrounds for those fqs!

  150. I have learned over the years that if I see a fabric I must have, I buy at least a yard. If I really love it, I might check out how much is left on the bolt!

  151. I like to buy fat quarter bundles so I have coordinating fabrics to work with but I also buy larger quantities of favorite fabrics – 1 yd or 1/2 yd cuts. You can never have too much fabric🥰

  152. Fats quarters are my usual purchase because they are so versatile but I also will buy six yards of a fabric I absolutely love because you can never have enough! LOL

  153. Definitely a fat quarter…just enough to play with and fun to mix a pallet with other of its kind ;o)

  154. I may be a little obsessed with fat quarters…they are like eye candy – just have to have them!!!!

  155. Typically fat quarters but a lot of times half yards. Thanks for the giveaway! Have a great day!

  156. half yards if it’s flannel, otherwise lately, I am buying lots of kits to get me going faster! Wool is just like candy. Any amount will do!

  157. If the fabric is full price I get .75 yd, if I love it I get 1.5 yds. Sale fabric could put me in a more carefree spending mindset.

  158. Yes, I collect fabric from mini charms to yardage, for planned projects or just maybe projects. So my purchases vary. I some of it all. LOL

  159. I buy a lot of charm packs and fat quarters. I make scrap quilts, so larger size pieces overwhelm me. I even use FQs to back my scrappy quilts sometimes.

  160. When I first began quilting I collected fat quarters to build my stash. I often still do that but have a better idea of what I’m looking for and buy accordingly.

  161. I collect all shapes and sizes! I have a hard time going to the store (physical or online) without coming home with something! Lately, I’ve been filling my drawers with wool! And no matter how many pieces I have – it seems that I always need another to get just the right “shade”…

  162. I collect FQs of some lines I just can’t live without, but I also will do 2 to 4 yards if I am thinking of a background. I will go between 4 or 5+ for backings. I like unusual backings…so if I see one and it is in my color wave or I know of a specific quilt…I buy it. LOL sounds like I buy everything. This is how I shop!

  163. I used to collect 1 yard amounts of the pieces of a coll that I liked, but than ran short. So now I buy 1 1/2 yards of a couple of main pieces and a couple of 1 yard amounts.

  164. I seem to be buying quite a few layer cakes and charm packs lately, but have a bazillion fat quarters, so I am obviously always picking them up as well. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  165. I buy fat quaters, a lot , and from the ones that I really, really love I buy yardage, mostly two or three metres

  166. If I am mail ordering I usually get a fat quarter tower. In the shop I select my favorites and get half yards and yards!

  167. I usually buy a fat quarter for an ongoing project, otherwise 1/2 yards of color and 2-3 yards of neutrals. I am still working on MIL and Mom’s stashes. A version of your Twilight Garden was used as the back drop for our State Make It With Wool style show last fall. It is exquisite!

  168. This is a hard one for me, Lisa. Is “it depends” an answer? Sometimes its fat quarters, but usually larger. If I have a project in mind it is always at least a yard, but then sometimes I buy 3. Oh well. Now you know why “it depends” fits me!! Sorry I’m not very helpful, but I do love your Be Kind quilt.

  169. I have lots of collections of fat quarters – they just suck me in with the coordinating fabrics, colors, and designs. I do have problems, though, when it comes time for a border or back but I’m working on collecting larger cuts now (always!). I love to just have them piled up and enjoy looking at them!!

  170. I think you used block 3 for your mini quilt. I use to buy fat quarters when I started quilting, but now purchase yardage, as you never know how much you will need.

  171. Lately charm packs! But I also collect FQs & all other precuts. Someday I’ll start using them. LOL!

  172. I usually buy fat quarters. If it’s a fabric I can’t live without I will buy yardage.
    I find that more and more I am making smaller blocks, like 3 and 4 inch, so
    I have started to collect fat eights. I haven’t found a civil war fabric that I don’t like
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  173. I usually collect a half yard cut. Or if it’s a collection that I really like but don’t have a project for it yet I like to buy a layer cake. Congratulations on another beautiful quilt.

  174. If I see something I really love, I buy 5 yards because once it’s gone, it’s gone forever! Otherwise, I’ll buy half yards or one yard cuts. I also buy layer cakes and jelly rolls.

  175. When shopping, I usually buy yardage. I buy 1/2 yard, one yard or 3 yard, depending upon whether I plan to use it as a filler, background or backing.

  176. Fat quarters bundles and half yards. I need this book to start using my stash right now!!!! Thank you!

  177. I usually buy 1/4 or 1/2 yards because my stash is already runneth over. Need to stash bust!

  178. I typically buy a 1/2 yard of fabric that I come across. But like yesterday I found a fabric I see using in a future UFO I bought 1 yard. Lisa one of my favorite songs is Be humble and Kind so this wall hanging had special meaning to me

  179. It depends on the fabric. More often than fat quarters, I’ll buy quarter yards or half yards of something I just like, or a yard of a polka dot that I know I’ll use over and over.

  180. I usually buy one yard of fabric I just have to have. Then when I get home, I wish I had bought more!

  181. I buy at least 1 FQ bundle then 1 1/2 to 6 yards of my favorites in each bundle. If I don’t buy the whole bundle then I buy 3 yards of my favorite. 50% of the time I don’t have an immediate plan but know I will.

  182. I can’t say that I have a go to, I love them all! I buy fat quarters, half yards, full yards, and if I REALLY LOVE it, I buy 2-4 yards. 😊

  183. I am currently addicted to charm packs. Especially PG charms as I can get a varied collection by color or category, like shirting. I love small piece scrap quilts and these give me a great variety

  184. How fun is this One!
    I do collect Fat Qtr! Been doing it for yrs…
    When I buy yardage it is usually 1-2 yds depending on how much I love it.
    Thanks for all the wonderful things you bring to us!!

  185. I used to buy yard pieces for my stash. I have moved to half yards. I still buy 3 yards if a really like it and 6 yards if I LOVE it.

  186. I usually buy 1 yard pieces, sometimes 3yds. if I really like it and might use it for borders on a quilt.

  187. I tend to buy fat quarters. Lots of patterns just use Fat QTRS. If it is a fabric I LOVE I will move up to a 1/2 yard or in cases 1 yard. Love your quilt Lisa! Congrats on the cover!

  188. Gosh! I collect/buy different sizes. If I love the line then I usually buy the FQ bundle, sometimes the HY bundle. I also love charm packs and the mini charms for my EPP projects.

  189. I often buy 3 yards of a fabric I love. I also buy half yards and cut them into SQs. that way I can share with a friend!

  190. I still buy fat quarters, especially If they are in a bundle that I can’t resist. But more and more, I’m buying 1/3 yards. I like to do scrappy quilts and this seems to be a good solution for me.

  191. I typically buy yardage and if I do buy FQ, it is usually a in a set of anywhere from 4 to 40. LOL. Thanks. I Love this pattern

  192. I do buy fat quarter bundles of lines that I like but I also buy yardage it just depends on what I envision myself making

  193. I used to buy fat quarters but now, if I really like a fabric, I will invest in at least a half yard..

  194. I usually buy 1/2 yard, or a yard depending on what I think I might use for. If I love it….3 yards.

  195. Congratulations on having your beautiful little quilt featured on the cover of the book. I usually buy by the yard, depending on the project I am working on.