Fabric Choices for the Free-Wheeling Single Girl Sew-Along

Fabric Choices for the Free-Wheeling Single Girl Sew-Along
Are your starting to pull fabric for your Free-Wheeling Single Girl Sew Along? #freewheelingsinglegirlsal
Supply List for the Free-Wheeling Single Girl for Lap size Quilt*:
  • Free-Wheeling Single Girl Pattern
  • Free-Wheeling Single Girl Acrylic Template (Optional: US Purchase Link | AUS Purchase Link)
  • (18) Fat Quarters*
  • 5 1/4 yards for Background - you can use one color, low volume prints, or essex linen
  • 5 yards of Backing
*Note: To qualify for the weekly prizes and grand prize, we only require that you make a baby size quilt. Please check pattern for supply list.  The Next Stitch did a great blog post about prizes if you haven't seen it (Link)
We have some ideas for you to consider when pulling fabric for your quilt. Monochromatic - think of using one color for your rings. If you focus on one color it helps from being overwhelmed with all the choices. The first example below is from @kalanchoe612, she used green for her rings. The second example is from @caseytaylorj where she went with navy rings from many of her favorite designer/lines.
Green rings Two-Tone - think of two colors that compliment each other well and use those colors for your rings. It's sophisticated and simple. The example below is from @Ann We love that she sprinkles aqua in with her orange rings but also having on monochromatic blue ring. It's Done!
Many Colors - the best part of this pattern by Denyse is it can be scrappy! Pull out your favorite scraps and start piecing without worrying how they go together. The example below is from @lamadwolfie. Isabel used her scraps and made the background navy wonky long cabins.
Favorite Fabric Line - do you have a favorite fabric line that came out and want to highlight it. This is a good project for that as well! Below Denyse used Washington Depot for the rings.
Fussy Cutting - do you want to highlight certain motifs of a fabric. It's a great way to showcases those cute prints you've been collecting. Below @Jo wanted to highlight the cute prints from Sherbet Pips by Aneela Hoey Sherbet Pips Single Girl Cushion Cover No matter what you choose - you can't go wrong with this pattern!