Tuesday, October 7, 2014

New Fall V and Co Patterns



Hi there! I'm finally ready to show you my new patterns for this fall! I'm very excited about them and we've been working really hard on them for a while. :) Ready?
Okay first up we have Super Star:


Super Star uses every single print in the line. YES, every single one minus the ombre gradients. It's Fat Eight friendly and is a very fun bright quilt and easy to put together.

My daughter really loved it in her room for the afternoon it sat in there so I could take pictures. She was a little cross with me when I started to take it down and put back her room how it was before.
 This quilt consists of HSTs and squares, and would be a great and easy pattern to teach from or to tackle if you are on the newer side to quilting. Or if you want a fun and fast quilt to make this one is a good one to tackle. :)
It comes in one size: Medium Throw 64" x 80"
Super Star Quilt PDF

Next is Fadeaway:
This is the first of the two patterns just using the gradient ombre fabric in my line. It comes in two sizes: Baby 48"x 48" and Medium Throw 64"x 80" .

In the pattern we give you instructions on how to cut the fabric and place the fabric to give the quilt a neat effect of fading from dark to light in the quilt. This is one of my favorite quilts I've made…but I think I say that of a few of my patterns every time I show them off. Whatever, it's a favorite! :) 

 This baby size is 1/2 yard pre-cut friendly…yes, you can order 1/2 yard precuts of just the gradient ombre and make this baby quilt. It would be the perfect baby quilt for your nursery, or to give as a baby shower gift. :)
Fadeaway Quilt PDF

Then there's the quilt that is HANDS DOWN my favorite quilt ever…Ombre Lonestar:
Again just focusing on the ombre gradient fabric…I wanted to create a quilt that would really show the gradient fabric together and to show it off in a spectacular way. I had this quilt in my head for a long time, and I finally got it in fabric.



 And of course it looks quite spectacular on an Iowan barn.  :)
 ...and in my home. :)
 This quilt is 64"x 64" square uses all the gradient ombre fabrics…and is down right spectacular. :) Ombre Lonestar Quilt PDF

last but not least we have our zipper pouch this time around with some yummy texture the Honey Comb Pouch: 


 Since I started making zipper pouches, I've been hooked to them and can't make enough of them. I make them in all different sizes so I can carry lots and lots of stuff, and feel organized
This  time around we made the larger pouch large enough to carry a LARGE Aurifil cone and your pin cusion and rotary cutter and some fabric and whatever else you can try to stuff in there. The smaller pouch fits threads, scissors and whatever else you need as well. 

 I would have to say that this is my favorite zipper pouch pattern I've made. and can't wait to make a few more of them in different colors. :)
Honey Comb Zipper Pouch PDF
Now because I am so excited about my new patterns I'm offering a 35% discount of all PDF patterns including the new ones. Just type 35COLOR at check out for the savings.  This offer will be available through this Saturday the 11th of October.



But I feel like my blog has been neglected for a while and we've not done any fun giveaways…SO…

for a chance to win some Color Theory scraps (strips of fabric varying in size and I'll fill a flat rate box full of them) tell me this:

What ombre gradient color from the bella solids would you like to see that we don't already have? Would you like to see eggplant back? (yeah me too. We'll probably make that happen) But seriously tell me what other colors do you want to see? Maybe we can make it happen. :)

Just one entry per person please include email like this: VandCo (dot) Info (at) Gmail (dot) com if you do not have email attached to your profile. 
Sale and giveaway ends Saturday and I will pick a winner on Monday. 

205 comments:

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lisa said...

I want a really good navy blue. A lot are too purple, or too black, or a little green. I just want NAVY BLUE! I also like eggplant and any pink.

Snickerdoodle Stew said...

Yes! Definitely the Eggplant!

Snickerdoodlestew (at) gmail (dot) com

Katy said...

Lemon! Loving happy yellows these days!

Jeanne W. said...

I would love to see a bright, clean yellow! gnjweaver (at) gmail (dot) com

Heather said...

Red would be cool, but I also think a collection of faint/light (robin's egg blue, yellow, gray, light green) colors or deep (eggplant, red, navy) colors would be fun to see.

I love the Ombre Lonestar quilt!

Joanna said...

I would love to see a red, or eggplant as well!

Brynn said...

A yellow would be great! I think you've already done my other favorite colors :)

Misty Prenger said...

A bright orange gradient would be really pretty! I love the gradient lone star quilt! I'm off to purchase the pattern right now!

mistyprenger at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I'd like to see purple. You had a purple print in one of your lines that I loved. Bought lots of it for the back of a quilt for me!
paweis at yahoo dot com

true2beeme said...

Any deep purple or yellow...and great new patterns

Carolyn J. said...

navy would be great

Karen Caves said...

Definately eggplant.....but orange as well!!

Tara_Shep said...

I'd love to see some purples or blue/greens!

SarahZ said...

What a wonderfully luscious post! Each of your new designs is fantastic!! A bright orange would be super fun in your ombré gradient, I think! And Omigosh, to win a scrap box of this collection? *sigh*

Joy M. said...

Well purple is my favorite color so I will have to say Eggplant :)
joylovessewing(at)Comcast(dot)net

nettiejdear said...

Definitely the Eggplant. I also dig bright pink and orange in combo!! Love your talent!

Anne Dickens said...

I am on the hunt for true corals. Most are either pink or orange and not coral.

CJ Smith said...

I would like to see a peach/tangerine combo.

cackysmith at msn dot com

RCWfamily said...

I think the a yellow would be great but the eggplant for sure!

cwhelan at williamwoods dot edu

Mama Spark said...

Orange or violet or dark teal to aqua. LOVE al the ombre!!!

Suzanne said...

My vote would be for a bright orange.

Vio said...

I know you're not a fan, but purple would be great!

Laura said...

Bring back the eggplant! I could use it with some of my other V and Co. stash.

Mike, Sha, Kenna, Kate, & Garrett said...

I loved the eggplant.

Heather said...

I would totally dig yellow. Or orange into yellow!

rachel weihrauch said...

A light clean yellow would be awesome! RachieRenee(at) hotmail (dot) com

Lisa Marie said...

Navy or orange would be my top choices. Love the new patterns and fabrics!

Brittany Rigby said...

A yellow gradient would be amazing! I am loving Color Theory!!!

govikes said...

Would love to see the eggplant back and a nice yellow too. I'm really inspired by the lonestar. Just might have to make that for myself :)

Linda said...

HI, LOVE THESE PATTERNS!
Like to see 'Eggplant' too!
Thanks for sharing!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

lindsey s. said...

Navy for sure. Or a periwinkle blue. My favorite colors :)

Leila said...

I love oranges and bright greens. Beautiful quilts!

Raddness said...

Love the idea of ombre yellow, or black. What about doing ombre out of the mesh pattern?

Love the zip pouches - perfect for Xmas gifts - thanks!

CraftyPa&CraftyMa said...

My favorite color at the moment is teal and mint just love them

Unknown said...

I'm totally into coral right now
secretcityranch at gmail dot com

Laura J. said...

Definitely need some purple, so I agree with you on Eggplant, but how about some orange?

Christine S said...

Bright orange! I LOVE all of the new quilt patterns, they are awesome!!

QuiltSwissy said...

Boy that Ombre makes the lone star sparkle. Ammazing how the effect comes out with that! You are so smart!

Brooke @ little b quilts said...

I do love some good yellows...that would make a lovely gradient!

brookeali(at)hotmail.com

Barbara said...

LOVE LOVE the new patterns.

I would love to see a true yellow line

I do miss hearing about the noise makers. Time change and I miss the family news

Claire said...

Well purple of course or egg plant. I love all you new pattern, congratulations and thanks for the chance to win.

Holly said...

I would love to see mint! Also, I second coral, or maybe watermelon. :)

holly(dot)m(dot)sawyer(at)gmail(dot)com

Marija said...

definitelly YELLOW and some other hues of GRAY? Oh and NAVY and CORAL!!

Veronika said...

Orange and eggplant!

Janet M said...

An orange gradient fabric would be super! (as well as the eggplant)

Carol Cervelló said...

Since you have already considered eggplant, I would also love some reds and some blacks.

I just love the greys, blues, green and pinks you already have!

Thanks 😄

088b3a5c-7a12-11e3-9712-000bcdcb5194 said...

Lemon! Bright and hally. Though, I do love the eggplant!
Mejayne
Jalalonde@aol.com

Jessica said...

LOVE this new line! I'd love to see a tangeriney orange ombre. Thanks for the giveaway!

charlotte said...

A bright, true yellow. I would think it would have to be pretty dark on the dark end so you could see the gradient. Eggplant for sure. I think this is your best line yet. I know I say that every time, but you are really better with every line you do. Thanks for the great patterns and the giveaway. Now when will this line be available?

Maxine said...

I do love your patterns and fabric. All of it looks lovely. I would love a sunshine yellow gradient.

Bemmanator said...

A great orange. Not too pumpkin or too brown. Your new collection is just awesome. Thanks!
gailtmonroe (at) hotmail (dot) come

Cindy said...

I would love to see Eggplant too!

Jean Fisher said...

I would like a twist on the gray ombré that would include black as the darkest color, and lightens to a gray. Also my vote is to bring back the eggplant as well!

Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Sally K said...

I would like to see the eggplant return and I'd be interested in seeing a yellow also. Another color between the blues and greens might be nice, kind of a seaside/beachy color.

Thanks so much for the discount on the patterns. I just ordered mine!

hollymade said...

I love green and blue, so you already have me covered, but maybe marine?

Kim-the-girl said...

I love to use orange in boy quilts, I think a nice I've orange would be awesome! Love your new patterns, want to buy some, but still haven't used the patterns I bought last year...My husband won't mind, right? :-) Kim (dot) Woodbury (at) gmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

Mustard yellow would be wonderful!

Nicole J said...

I would love to see a coral! Love the new patterns.

Materialmoments (at) yahoo (dot) com

Katie said...

Bright yellow!

Vanessa said...

Eggplant Please :-) Thak You!

vbehymer at gmail dot com

stoffexperimente said...

Eggplant would be great. Or a really nice, not too bright yellow.
Magdalena

Sharon S said...

Eggplant. Loving the new fabrics & patterns.

Deb Peterson said...

love the turquoise, so yellow would really go well, or purple or lime. Heck I love them all.

DeniseMarie said...

I love all the ombre colors - but I think I'd like to see a creamy neutral like Almond or Latte turned into an ombre.

Barbara said...

How about a red-orange ombre package?

barbara from

northshorequilter at gmail dot com

Ginny said...

A beautiful coral or yellow would be great! Beautiful new line and patterns!

quiltytherapy said...

I have to agree with many posters that a yellow would be great. Can't wait to add this collection to my growing stash of your fabrics.

mac said...

Great patterns. Purple is my favourite colour so eggplant would be good and yellow can be difficult to find in just the right shade.

Jenn said...

Yellow! A bright cheery yellow! Off to pick up some patterns! Knitnlit @ gmail dot com.

Staci said...

Eggplant would be awesome! Bright clear yellow would be nice, too. I love those cute little bags, very sweet giftable things.

Lisa said...

Definitely the eggplant and the mustard yellow in your collections...that would be great with all my hoarded grey fabrics. Patterns look incredible...going there next!!
spotkiko at Hawaii dot rr dot com

Jen said...

Teal would be nice, or a steel gray.

jenniferanneberg at gmail dot com

Rachel Booth said...

I love the ombré...and super excited for these patterns! I'd love to see a bright cherry red...I can see so many fun holiday ones with those!

Mrsrachelsbooth at gmail dot com

Rachel said...

I'd love to see a dark red to red ombre. Love all your new fabrics and the patterns!!
Rachel dot schafer10 at gmail dot com

Robin (noteverstill/noteversewing) said...

Definitely the eggplant! But also a darker green - kelly green would be so good!

Karen said...

How about a coral ombre or a true green (like a crayon) ombre? I love the lonestar--it looks like cut crystal! I'm hoping that the pouches don't need any smocking skills--you always make things so clear and doable that I suspect I don't. Congrats on all the new patterns. Now go take a break!

Patti said...

When I was little I used to play with my crayons and study the difference between yellow-orange and orange-yellow or blue-violet and violet-blue. Why not do a gradient shift from one color to the next on the color wheel? Red-red orange-orange or blue-blue violet-violet?

Lisa E said...

I just looked at the Bella solids, and I love periwinkle. Your new patterns are just great. Off to buy some!

Farm Road Ramblings said...

Yes, cherry red!! Thanks for the chance to win all that yumminess. : )

Lisas Mom said...

I'd like a red to orange or orange to yellow ombre. Eggplant would be awesome!

Jennifer Dewing said...

I pushed the button to soon. Sorry.

adventure knitter said...

You've got my grey covered! I do love a good minty green and coral! dewaalfam (at) gmail (dot) com

Melanie said...

Lavender to dark purple!!!!

Colleen said...

I know purple is a favorite but I would love it! Eggplant would be fun too!

Jennifer Dewing said...

I would like to see a true navy to something like sky blue. Also, maybe a royal purple to a lilac.

Cherise said...

I love all the colors you have already, the aquas are my fav! But I guess maybe some purples or that eggplant does sound good too!

LT said...

It's all so lovely! I'd vote for an orange in the pumpkin to apricot shading. Thank you!

annemarie said...

I love greens so a shade of green would be great.

Renae said...

Its usually blues greens and oranges at our house, or any variation of the above.

reklimes (at) usfamily (dot) net

Sarina said...

Fantastic quilts! And fabric! You've pretty much covered my favorite colors. Navy, grey, pink... The aqua is close to my daughter's favorite- she is currently IN LOVE with pretty much anything turquoise!

Tamie said...

Eggplant and orange please.

Marianne said...

Love it all! Would love to see a yellow color (lemon from bella solids) as an ombre. Can't wait to dive into this fabric!

Kathy Davis said...

How about black....does that count as a color?
kdavis1 at CenturyTel dot net

NorahS said...

I would love a yellow. And, yes, eggplant!!!

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Jaia said...

I too would be super happy with a yellow...but eggplant would make me happy too!

k8s said...

The first thing I thought when I saw this quilt was how I wished it had eggplant in it!! I have always loved your eggplant fabrics!

kateslotman9 at gmail dot com

Nicole said...

I'd love to see a coral! Love the new patterns!
nhcarroll at gmail (dot) com

anweekly said...

Eggplant and navy would be fantastic, but I have to say Orange also for my daughter's room. And bravo on the ombre lonestar quilt. Gorgeous!!!

Kim G said...

I also would like the eggplant and a yellow and a orange and a darker teal. Loved seeing your new patterns.

mascanlon said...

Tough call....I love eggplant but have been crushing in yellows lately and they are hard to find! Love the patterns, my list is longer than ever.

Kathy E. said...

My favorite color of all time is purple, so I'd love to see that happen! Amazing scraps you're sharing...I'd love to add them to my stash!

Michele said...

Orange would be a great color to add! I agree I liked the eggplant too. It must be hard to choose what to use.

Kelly O. said...

I think saffron and boysenberry would be lovely candidates!

Julie V said...

Navy blue would be good in additon to the return of Eggplant. Thanks!

Denny1600 said...

I'd like turquoise or purple and probably many others. Such fun fabric!

Melanie said...

Ouuuu!! Yellow and navy, yup!!!

Jill Von Fumetti said...

I'm crazy about okra these days. It blends well with many greens and blues. svonfumetti at yahoo dot com

Lauren said...

Coral would be great! (or orange. or yellow. can't decide!)

MissE said...

Hello lovely V! I would love to see some shades of orange. It's a color that doesn't get much love! I loved seeing you in Kansas City a few months ago!

kimberly baird said...

You already have my favorite - teal - so I'll have to go with eggplant too. Thanks!

kbaird0903 (at) gmail (dot) com

PK Sews said...

I love every shade of purple, including eggplant! Thanks for the chance to win these gorgeous scraps! They would be wonderful in an art quilt.

Corrie Tollett said...

I love any color of blue!!! I love all your fabric lines and Superstar might be my favorite ever. I am new to quilting and working on your simply color Kaliescope quilt.

Nicole said...

Navy!

Melanie said...

Autumn browns, golds and reds. Love the Lones Star quilt, wow it's gorgeous! melrn thirty at gmail dot com

JaneB said...

I love ombre fabrics and have some of the lime & blue. I think it would be great to have orange, yellow or purple that is brighter (?) than eggplant, though that would be pretty, too. Thanks for the chance to win the strips!!!

KK said...

Orange would be awesome. I love eggplant too! Thanks kristikay (at) spratt (dot) net

Gina S. said...

Would love a navy blue!

Jan R said...

I would love to see a gray ombre.
Thanks for a chance to win.

Wendi said...

Yes bring back the eggplant, but we need a little Navy coloring too! Thanks for asking for our input!!!

Janelle said...

I know you have done orange, but I love it. Maybe a nice light orange to yellow or cheddar kind of color. I love this line and agree your quilts look great on that barn ( and in your house)!

Lindsay @ Diary of a Crafty Lady said...

I like lime green and skyblue

Laurence W said...

I'd like to see a coral !

Jen and Daz said...
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Jen and Daz said...

I would love to see red or navy. Either of those would be great! Love the new quilt patterns!!

Tabitha said...

I would like to see an eggplant/plumish color. Or corn yellow like others said. And my other suggestion is a more teal blue rather than teal green.

Teresa @ Aurea's Kitchen said...

A red or orange gradient would be lovely.

Thanks

Hildy said...

Great new patterns! I think a red, coral or brown, chocolat would be great.
hildy(at)ebertzeder(dot)de

Michele said...

These are great patterns and like you, I love the Lone Star one the best. As for new fabrics, although I really love the bright colors, how about some softer hues next time. I'm sure that all the new babies and shabby chic types would love that.

Anonymous said...

Super Star is my favorite, can't wait to make this quilt! I would like to see some shades of black and gold! (go Tigers) Melinda

Dorian said...

PURPLE!! :) Yellows would be nice too. I LOVE your Lone Star!! That is soooo awesome. Fadeaway is fantastic too. Great job!

Julie said...

A rich orange.

Karen Chatters said...

I'd love to see eggplant but fall greens, richer, darker would be awesome. Or oranges along that same line.

CooperQuilter said...

I would love to see a nice greeny green. Also a navy blue would be beautiful!

Elsa said...

How about some orange ~ I hear it's the next 'go to' color!!!
Thanks for the scrap giveaway ~ one can't have too many!

Arianna M. said...

I think a burnt orange and a darker chocolate brown would be nice.

Missy said...

I would love the eggplant and/or a nice orange. I absolutely love your new line!!
mrockvt (at)Hotmail (dot) com

Gill said...

More greens - eggplant would be good too!

Marcia said...

Would love a denim blue that starts as "new blue jeans" and fades to "favorite worn jeans".
Love the ombre.

Quilting Tangent said...

Looks like you need Orange and Purple.
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patricia said...

Orange. Definitely orange.

DEAN FAMILY said...

I would love to see red! You can cover so many holidays with red (Christmas, Valentine's, 4th of July.) rhianneholmes (at) hotmail (dot) com

ittehgaps said...

Coral please! I have already done a rainbow quilt with your ombres and a simple aqua ombre squares. also have a junior jelly waiting for inspiration in my stash. love these ombre lines. cindy bluemoonstencils@yahoo.com

Sarah said...

agreeing with the first comment - NAVY! <3

Ramanda said...

Not too picky. Navy or yellow would be killer. Way to rock the new line, friend!
ramanda_nash (at) msn (dot) com

Kristine Hanson said...

how about orange? would love the scraps, too fun!

kbo said...

I have always steered towards the color that just happens to be the 2014 Pantone color "Radiant Orchid"

Caroline said...

Purple or orange would be pretty:)

Carolyn said...

The last three quilts I have made all had orange in them, and I find it adds such happiness to them all. Just not pumpkin, dull, yellowed orange, but bright, true, orange with lots of red AND yellow undertones.

The Nesting Crane said...

Oooo a yellow would be great!! Or a deep, rich purple.

Thenestingcrane (at) gmail (dot) com :)

Melissa Corry said...

These patterns are amazing!!!! I too love that Lonestar!! In a word, Stunning! And the picture of all your scraps aligned by color is so awesome, makes me want to go pull all of mine out and get sewing ;) And I love Eggplant, I am a purple person through and through ;)

Nancy said...

Love your new patterns,
I think orange would be nice..

Breezi@ Not Your Average Fairytale said...

While I absolutely love mustard yellow, I think a butter yellow would be lovely.

Nichole said...

I would love to see true red! Love your new patterns. They are really stunning. thanks for the chance to win.

mom2three said...

I absolutely love Eggplant - and also any other shade of purple :) I'm also a fan of royal blues, and of seriously every color you've used in your lines.

Great new patterns!

Amy said...

I'd love to see a coral, peach, and/or lilac. I love all the one you have already though. Bravo, Vanessa!

Live a Colorful Life said...

Orange please!!

Lauren said...

Violet!! I love everything Violet! Thank you!!

Jessica said...

Yellow or orange. Or orange fading into yellow?

Gayle Fahrion said...

Mustard and eggplant would be great.

KathleenD said...

Your new patterns are lovely! Eggplant would work nicely with your collection... I think an orange to warm yellow ombré would be a good addition, too. Personally I'd love to find an ombre with emerald to Kelly green! Think St. Patrick's Day...

Diane Beavers said...

Tangerine, Crimson, more deep turquoise.
Like you, since I started making zipper pouches, I've been hooked to them and can't make enough of them. I too make them in all different sizes so I can carry my gear, tools. Love the honeycomb pouch. THanks for the tutorial.

Jo said...

Orange would be fun!!

Kristy said...

I would love to see a burnt orange. It's such an underutilized color!

Jill P said...

Yellow! But also a pretty purple, maybe not quite as dark as the eggplant. It'd be awesome to have a whole rainbow of the ombre :)

Purple Quilter Queen said...

I'd love to see Boysenberry!!

Way to go on the patterns! They are adorable!!!
purpleheartorijennals(at)yahoo(dot)com

louann said...

I love pink or purple

Kathy said...

periwinkle blue

elizabeth said...

purple or purplish blue...
DIVINE patterns :)
Thanks for the chance to win. So nice of you!

Emily C said...

I would love a good eggplant black, too.

LeAnn said...

I'd love to see some orange!

I love the Super Star quilt patterns. So cute!

leann olsen at hot mail dot com

Mama Pea said...

Your new patterns are so amazing. Great work and congratulations.

I definitely think orange is in order!

Thanks for the chance to win some scraps. How fun!

stephiepeterson(at)yahoo(dot)com

princessofgossip said...

Mint is my jam right now. Love it!

Sheryl said...

I'm in camp eggplant. Love the purple.

KaliaContiki said...

It has to be orange! I love putting it in a quilt for a pop of colour and it would be amazing as an ombre. KaliaContiki AT gmail DOT com.

KatheG said...

Eggplant! Love the new stuff!

Oh my stars! said...

"Yes Please!" to the eggplant comeback! Another purple ombre would be nice as well...more of a jewel tone purple. I would also love to see a yellow ombre and a black ombre. Just think of the gradient glory that could be created with a black ombre combined with the gray ombre. Not to mention the bumble bee possibilities with yellow and black...guilty visions galore!

Thanks for creating awesome fabrics & patterns. Thanks for plugging along even when it's difficult. And thanks for the chance to win.

-Laura

princesapurple (at) gmail (dot) com

Nan said...

I would love some black and white stripe - it really does make everything else POP! And it's hard to find!

Sara said...

Purple would be great , BUT a great gold would be fine too. You really have out done yourself this time...LOVE it all

Sara

Tiffany said...

Mmm. I do like the eggplant. Have you ever tried doing one with two colors? Maybe blue fading to green?

Chiska said...

A lemon yellow would be awesome! I also really like Tiffany's suggestion about two colors. Chiskag at gmail (dot) com

Shirley Elliott said...

Yellow or orange would be great. Thanks for opportunity to enter giveaway. shirparks(at)gmail(dot)com

Brittney Telleen said...

I want to see mustard yellow or orange!

kimberj said...

I would love a true mustard yellow or acid green ombre grouping!

skitch331 said...

I think beautiful coral tones would be fantastic. sgburnside@carolina.rr.com

Aunt TC said...

Dark evergreen and a rich purple. Thanks.

Leigh Anne said...

I love the eggplant, but maybe also a purple that's not quite so strong.

Karen said...

True yellow - more on the baby yellow/lemon yellow than orangey.
Thanks!

john hutchens said...

eggplant
cooladam1 at live dot com

Cheryl said...

I vote for the eggplant to make a comeback

DebbieH said...

Looking at the collections as a whole, I think a nice orange would be pretty--from an orange sherbet to a deep tangerine, happy colors like the rest! It would go well with the turquoise and the eggplant and the navy and any of the greens and the gray and the yellow and....it would look awesome with the pink too! (But my favorite would be orange with turquoise.) :)

Jane Marlow said...

I would like to possibly see a red or a darker green or teal. I would love to win the scrap package as I have several scrap quilts started. I can be reached at janemarlow (at) yahoo (dot) com

Denise said...

I love the shade of soft blue, called 'Pond'. It is a color for all seasons.

allison pogany said...

I'd love some darker shades- the eggplant and black and navy!
allisonpogany@gmail.com

Whitney & Ryan said...

I love pinks and corals! Love the new goodies! Ryan.whitneymoss (@) gmail (dot) com

Mossie said...

I would love to see a coral gradient, but I also agree that a bright lemon yellow would be lovely too!

Jane said...

Eggplant sounds wonderful - it is about the only "purple" I like. I also like the idea of a coral. As one of the other responders said, a true coral is hard to find!

Carla G said...

Teal is what I'd love to see. I'd also like the eggplant too. :)

Alice Cristina Porosanu said...

Red, robin's egg and the egg plant!

Anonymous said...

Robin's egg or coral! Thank you!

Julie
wjtrout@paulbunyan.net

Meg said...

Mint would be lovely please!

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