Take a Spin with Ride by Julia Rothman

Ride by Julia Rothman is in stores NOW! This is Julia’s second collection with Windham Fabrics. I can’t think of a better time to dust off your bike gear and peddle straight to your local quilt store to check out the collection!

Ride cover

made this fun table runner with some charm squares. To assemble this,
she simply divided the pack into two rows of eight and pieced them together. Just
a bit of geometric quilting along the squares was all she needed for this

Ride Lish
Table runner

Here is an ultra cute
messenger bag made by Delphine's Quilt Shop.

Sharon Pernes
made this awesome quilt top.The pattern is
creatively named 'Riding in the Shade’. For more information on how to purchase this pattern go to: http://craizeecorner.blogspot.com/.

Sharon Quilt top

City Cycles by Tammy Vasser of Marmalade Fabrics is our free project and can be found on the Windham Fabrics website.

Now tell
us what you would make with this totally rad fabric.  Leave a comment below for a chance to win a
fat quarter bundle of the collection.

how it works:

Starting Tuesday, June 4th until Sunday, June 9th enter in a chance to win a fat quarter bundle of Ride by leaving a comment
below stating what you would make with the fabric. One prize winner will be selected by
a random drawing.  Check our Facebook or Twitter page on Monday, June 10h to see
if you are the winner.


117 thoughts on “Take a Spin with Ride by Julia Rothman

  1. Deb Berkebile says:

    I would make some very innovative things as you did with the messenger bag or even a yoga mat. Love the colors of the fabric

  2. Marilyn says:

    I like this fabric and would probably use it to make a fun throw for a teenage girl I know who loves to ride her bike all over town.

  3. EJ says:

    A bicycle bag made from bicycle fabric to use while i ride my bicycle would be fun. So that’s what I’d make:)

  4. Melanie Day says:

    I would make a purse for my brother’s girlfriend! She loves her bicycles and Ride would be the perfect line for making a gift for her!

  5. Nancy says:

    The messenger bag is cute, but the material would also be great for a bag for the front or back of a bike.

  6. Wilma Searcy says:

    This awesome fabric is just what I’ve been looking for to make a quilt for my grandson who is an avid biker. Last summer he rode his bike across the USA from Seattle to Washington D.C. for his fraternity’s charity (for disabled persons.)

  7. Jane Nachand says:

    I can see some really cute pillows or totes or even sweat towels for bicyclers. They are all very vibrant and fashionable. I love them.r

  8. Cynthia Torres says:

    I would make a quilt for my daughter Amanda, who LOVES bike riding! I have been searching and searching for just the right fabric to make her a quilt! Oh how I would so love to win this!!!

  9. carolyn white says:

    I have two family members that are having babies. I totally see baby quilts with these wonderful, fun, hip fabrics!

  10. Barb Colvin says:

    This line would make some great pillow slips for my grandson’s who love to cycle. They also love to use pillows for props while watching TV and playing video games.

  11. Cheryl Hilliker says:

    I would make a small quilt with the Ride fabrics. Wonderful prints!! My great granddaughter will love them!

  12. Mary Schreiner says:

    Love this fabric line! My sister is a biker and is a nurse at Rainbow Babies Childrens Hospital. I’m always looking for great fabrics to make scrub tops for her. This would we a wonderful line for scrub tops!!!

  13. Vicki Pannell says:

    I love making quilts. I have a new great niece due in a couple of months and would love to make her a quilt out of Ride.

  14. ida in Central PA says:

    My work just started a “Bike at Lunch” program. I’d make a wall-hanging for our employee lounge in order to promote the new program

  15. Paula says:

    I’ve already made pillowcases as a little gift for cycling friends … I would live to make a messenger bag! Thank you for the giveaway!

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