Rebecca by Mary Koval

Final swatches

Mary Koval always seems to amaze us with her gorgeous fabric collections.  Her latest creation is Rebecca, a beautiful collection based on fabrics from England that were made in the mid 1800’s. The main floral print was inspired by a piece of cotton chintz fabric from 1870.  The dainty floral patterns in the Rebecca collection give off a whimsical feeling of romance and beauty.  Rebecca is perfect for all home décor projects.

Ipad case
IPad Case

Coasters and Pin Cushion

Cassorole cover
Reversible Casserole Cover

Pg 38_Rebecca

Click HERE to download this free project!

Rebecca is in stores now so be sure to get in touch with your favorite local quilt shop.


Win a Fat Quarter Bundle of Rebecca

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Starting Monday, January 14thuntil Sunday, January 20th
enter in a chance to win a Fat Quarter bundle of Rebecca.  

All you have to do is leave a
comment below on our blog telling us what you would make with the Rebecca fabric collection. 

Prize winner will be selected by a
random drawing.  Entries received after Friday, January 20th will be
disqualified.  Check our Facebook page on Monday, January 21th to see if you are the winner.

To find out about more giveaways and
contests become a fan of Windham Fabrics on Facebook

To viewout more about Windham Fabrics
and the Rebecca collection go to http://www.windhamfabrics.com/.


94 thoughts on “Rebecca by Mary Koval

  1. I would love to make a quilt like your free project! I have wanted to make a lone star quilt for a long time. I love the moire fabrics and the main floral is really beautiful!

  2. That is a beautiful collection. I love it. The Lone Star quilt is to die for and if I could get the fabric and find the time that is what I would make. It’s a gorgeous design. I love all of the projects, but would get the most use from the coasters, pincushions and casserole cover. Great ideas. Thanks.

  3. Sue petzer says:

    That pattern of the lone star would just blend it self to the fabrics – here in South Africa we are starved of all these wonderful patterns and ofcourse the fabrics to go with it — think I must move overseas to benift this wonderful choice

  4. Beulah says:

    I would Have to make something for my daughter…her name….Rebecca! 🙂 Probably a kindle cover or something bookish…She is starting a new job this week as a librarian!!!

  5. Asta says:

    My friend is wheelchair bound. I would use this collection to make her a new cushion set for the wheel chair and a matching lap quilt to go over her legs. She LOVES these colors.

  6. Beautiful collection! I guess I’d make a table runner, but I’d let the fabric “speak”” to me first. Thanks for the chance to win this lovely fabric!

  7. Lisa Long says:

    I would make a purse with the fabrics and the leftover scrap pieces I would put into a Civil War quilt I am currently working on.

  8. Since I love repro fabrics, I’m ALWAYS collecting them for future projects. But for this I might cut them down into 5″ charm squares and make several dozen flying geese units for a nice wall hanging.

  9. MarciaW says:

    This is lovely fabric for a quilt. Either the lone star free pattern, or the current Barbara Brackman block series about women’s suffrage, would be quilts designs that would be fun to make. Thanks for the chance. mlwright29(at)hotmail(dot)com

  10. Rhonda Desgranges' says:

    Love those repro fabrics! I would use them to make a large shoulder bag and an ipad case. what a perfect time to end the contest….My birthday!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  11. Brenda hulsey says:

    What beautiful fabrics!!! I woul love to make my dughter Rebecca (Becky) a quilt with a fabric line that has her name!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

  12. I would make a DayTripper bag and with the scraps, I would cut some 1 inch squares for my EPP postage stamp quilt. There would be tons of scraps left after that so I would probably make a table runner and then with THOSE scraps, I would make a doll quilt.

  13. I am really crushing on this Rebecca fabric line. I haven’t made a Lone Star quilt in forever and wouldn’t mind doing one more using this and the pattern you provided. Thanks for a chance to win.

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