Fabric Friday Giveaway – Peyton!

Since Spring is in the air, today we are featuring a classic floral group by Nancy Gere called "Peyton".It features a beautiful color palette of deep rose, moss green and orchid purple. The main large floral is accented by more delicate flowers and vines, as well as tone-on-tone leaves. Harmonious colors and essential elements are here for your next romantic quilt design.

Check out this beautiful free pattern by Char Hopeman called "Poseys for Peyton".

Peyton's Poseys


Be sure to leave a comment below to win this beautiful Fat Quarter Bundle of Peyton! Tell us your favorite flower! 

Peyton FQ bundle pic

Winner will be chosen on Monday, March 16, 2015.

Congratulations to Kathleen! We have sent you an email so that we can ship you your prize! 

Winner of Peyton FQ bundle


95 thoughts on “Fabric Friday Giveaway – Peyton!

  1. Chris says:

    My favorite summer flower is a Sunflower, Spring is a Tulip, indoor is an Orchid and around Christmas is the Christmas Cactus.

  2. Laura Nichols says:

    Reds and creams! Working on a quilt now that uses those. And are the dark colors purples or browns? Either way, this line looks gorgeous and I’d LOVE having the bundle!

  3. Brenda Hulsey says:

    My favorite flower is the iris. There are so many colors and smells with them. They just don’t last very long in the season though.

  4. I always love the Windham classics, but the colors in this collection are so beautiful! Thanks for a chance to win the bundle. I can think of so many quilts in which it would be great-looking Favorite flower is almost as hard as favorite fabric! I’m going with … crocus because it is usually the first hopeful sign of spring.

  5. Shelley S. says:

    My favorite flower is probably the lilac followed by a rose. Love this fabric bundle and the quilt is beautiful!!!

  6. Mary Ann Harpe says:

    My favorite flower is a rose. I have over 20 rose bushes that bloom all spring, summer and fall here in Georgia. Mary Ann

  7. Kathy E. says:

    My favorite flower has always been the daffodil. It’s one of the first spring flowers and they are so delicate and complex at the same time. They seem like little trumpets announcing the winter is over and spring is here!

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