Friday, September 9, 2016

Green Fairy Quilts Giveaway

Hello and happy Friday! It's time for a giveaway! Today's giveaway will be a Fat Quarter bundle of the new Wing & Leaf collection by Gina Martin for Moda! Clint and Judy of Green Fairy Quilts will be sending this lovely bundle to one of my readers!


 I've seen gorgeous photos of this fabric on all sorts of social media lately, and



 it's definitely a collection you won't want to miss! This collection has a good variety of whimsical prints, blenders, and floral designs that are just plain fun!





If you haven't shopped at Green Fairy Quilts before, you'll love their shop! If you have shopped there before, you know they are best known for their wonderful selection of pre-cuts; however, they also carry yardage, notions and patterns! Clint and Judy live just about an hour away from me, and I've been lucky enough to get to know them over the past several years; they are just wonderful people!
 
For one entry please leave a comment on this post mentioning something you'd like me to blog about.

For a second entry, head over to Green Fairy Quilts and sign up for their newsletter...then come back here and leave a second comment letting me know you've signed up!

I'll keep the giveaway open through Monday, September 12th, 2016.





That's all for today...have a wonderful weekend! Good luck to everyone, and thanks so much for stopping by!

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Cathy said...
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Susan said...

What do you do with blocks that don't work, or those that you practice quilting patterns, or fabrics in bundles that don't " speak" to you

nanaofnc said...

Just started following you on Bloglovin! In quilting, my biggest challenge is choosing fabrics that go together and would love some help with ideas. Thx!

Quiltbirdie said...

I would like you to write a blog about blogging! Some people say blogs are "old school," like flip phones and desktop computers! Apparently there are fewer blog readers around, but since I still love to read blogs, I don't really get it. What's been your experience and can you really make money from ads on your blog?

Cheryl Erdner said...

Love your blog and my biggest challenge is putting fabrics together. I try to be too matchy and boring. I would love to read how you put colors together for a quilt.

Lindsay Rodems said...

I would like to see a blog about controlling your stash. Like when you have no self control. Do you ever destash? Do you cut your scraps to certain sizes etc.

Jane said...

You get so much quilting done-I would love to hear about "a day in your life". Maybe it would inspire me to be more productive!!

Caro said...

Please blog about your sewing room. I would love to see where you do your creative work.

Patricia said...

How do you get sponsors to advertise on your blog?

Margaret said...

I would love you to blog about free motion quilting

Lori said...

Any subject is interesting.

Unknown said...

Ideas for organizing fabric would be great.i really haven't found s system that works for me.

Lori said...

I follow Green Fairy Lots of ways.

Anita said...

I would love to hear about the process of designing a new fabric line.

quilter said...

I would like to hear about your creative process, how you choose fabric and pattern. Which do you chose first? Thanks
cork@pa.rr.com

Margaret said...

I signed up. To receive her newsletter

Anita said...

I already receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

quilter said...

I get Green Fairy newsletter.
cork@pa.rr.com

shannon miller said...

Hey!! I have always loved your quilt designs and your fabric collections. I would love to read a post about where you find your inspiration.

Patty D from NC said...

Uses for orphan blocks!

Patty D from NC said...

I get the GFQ newsletter!

Kris said...

I would love to hear about blogging. I joined the new bloggers group a few years ago but after that I still have questions about blogging and setting up your page, tabs, buttons, updating and keeping it fresh.

shannon miller said...

...and I already follow Judi at green fairy quilts and receive her newsletter. She always has wonderful deals in her newsletters.

Laura said...

I just love seeing quilts, so keep showing your creations! Thanks!

Laura said...

I get Green Fairy Quilts' newsletter already.

DebrafromMD said...

I follow the Green Fairy Quilts blog plus I also receive their newsletter by email.

Vanni said...

I really like your series, like building a stash, organizing and quilting away scraps. For me as a new quilter, these topics are really interesting and helpful.
Thanks for organizing this great giveaway!

Kris Quilts said...

I'd love to hear about your process when you set out to create a pattern. Do you use a design program, sketch it out, or just start cutting and playing with fabric? Do you make the quilt, then figure out the cut list, or decide the block, make a cut list and then work from there?

Thank you for the opportunity to win some of your beautiful fabric!

Rebecca Stevens said...

I am curious how you schedule time. Sew all day, sew all night, set aside so many hours per day to sew, set deadlines as to when things must be done, etc.

DebrafromMD said...

I would love a blog entry about your favorite and most frequently used quilting tools.

Janet said...

Lots of great suggestions for blog subject already! Hope you do them all! I'm always interested in mini's, so more on that would be fun.

Thanks the the opportunity!

PeggyB said...

I would like to read about productivity and what to do if after working on a quilt you begin to be unhappy with your design

Janet said...

And I am a Green Fairy Quilts newsletter subscriber.

Keitha Graham said...

I love making four patches and am always looking for inspirational ideas that are not the same old. Would love to see new and creative ways.

Honey said...

I'd love a blog post about how you take pictures of your quilts when you're finished. I can't figure out how to style mine!
And I'm already signed up for the newsletter. Love their thread cones!

Suellen Franze said...

I'm interested in things to do with orphan blocks (can't bear to throw them away), and I also would like to learn how to make my own foundation piecing patterns.

Andrea York said...

I'd like to know how you handle leftover scraps from projects-what sizes you cut them into to save and how best to utilize them.

Andrea York said...

I've been a Green Fairy subscriber for a couple years now!

GO STARS! said...

I enjoy blogs that show new ideas with blocks and design. How do you come up with your designs? What is your process?

Renea said...

I would love to see more pictures of your beautiful projects. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Renea said...

I get the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

Angela said...

I'm new to quilting. I love the entire process.. even binding! However, my biggest fear is deciding how to quilt something. I don't want to ruin anything I've worked so hard on. I'm slowly getting over myself and am happy with my finishes thus far. So I guess advice on choosing how to quilt something once the piecing is done would be cool to see.
Thanks!

Angela said...

I already get the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

CarolC said...

I already receive Green Fairy newsletter.

Bill & Suzanne Brown said...

I enjoy your blog and would like to hear how you find your inspiration.

Bill & Suzanne Brown said...

I signed up for green fairy newsletter.

Linda Cates said...

I always love tutorial blog posts.

bmayer said...

I'd like to see how you organize your sewing space and what your favorite tools are

Linda Cates said...

I Love Green Fairy. Have shopped with them for years. I get their newsletter and follow them on IG.

roda said...

Any tips on getting true colors when you photograph fabrics? Sometimes the colors in my photos don't look like the actual fabric. Thanks!

bmayer said...

I already receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. I love her site, and especially her wonderful quilting!

Andrea H. said...

I would love tips on cutting yardage. I struggle to get accurate cuts because of ruler slippage. Any suggestions would be great!

Lee Ann L. said...

Blog, on occasion, about things near and dear to your heart -- besides quilting. :-)

Lee Ann L. said...

Nesletter subscriber! Thanks for another chance to win. :-)

Anna-Marie said...

Tips on quilting would be great. I've only tried straight line quilting so far, anything else terrifies me!
annamariehlustik@googlemail.com

MaryAnn Guappone said...

I would love to know what you do with all your leftover "test" blocks or orphan blocks.

CarolC said...

I would like to learn more about quilting, just retired and started quilting.

peggy hendrick said...

I love tips and tricks - from buying fabric to cutting and sewing...I seem to remember these better than having to read a whole blog post and promptly forget about it the next day!

peggy hendrick said...

I get the Green Fairy Newsletter...

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would love to hear how you decide which opportunities to say yes to and which ones get a no.

Grandma said...

I would like to know more about quilting on my home sewing machine, ex: first pattern to try, size of the quilt.
patsystitch@gvtc.com

Grandma said...

I receive their newsletter, great service.
patsystitch@gvtc.com

Kathy Tolbert said...

I would love to know about choosing colors and also organization.

Stefanie Voss said...

I am struggling with organizing my fabric and scraps. Would love to hear what method you use.

Tracy said...

How do you do it all and be so organized? I'd like to hear about that! I don't know how to even get one quilt finished in a timely manner!

Tracy said...

I already receive their newsletter! Thanks!

Carol W said...

I enjoy reading about the thought process that goes into making a quilt.

lindak21 said...

One of the things I seem to have trouble with is figuring out how to use large print fabrics with solids. I've been making baby quilts and just love some of the prints, but when I add other fabrics, it doesn't seem to look right. I'd also like to know how to use rulers on my regular machine. Thanks for asking us what we want to know!

Teresa Massa said...

I am pretty new to quilting. I enjoy the process but getting started with the right fabrics at times is overwhelming. I do not always want to get an already made pack.

lindak21 said...

I receive the newsletter and enjoy reading it!

Teresa Massa said...

I just signed up for the newsletter at Green Fairy Quilts. Thanks for the chance to win something.

Susan L. said...

I would love to read more about pulling fabrics together.

Susan L. said...

I already receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

Marrianna said...

Like others have commented, I would love to learn moe about color choices to make a quilt really "pop". Love reading your blog, BTW. I follow you via Bloglovin.

Joyce Carter said...

I love reading your blog post. I would love to hear more about your creating process--how you manage to get so many things made. Thank you for the giveaway.

Marrianna said...

I am signed up for Green Fairie Quilts newsletter. Love their fabrics.

Unknown said...

I would like to know about you! Married with children or single and soooo busy? What are your other hobbies?

Gloria Cotten said...

I would l hear more about the process of fabric design. I enjoy your blog tremendously! cotten.gloria@gmail.com

Gloria Cotten said...

I get Green Fairy newsletter. cotten.gloria@gmail.com

Gloria Cotten said...

I follow you on Bloglovin. cotten.gloria@gmail.com

Cary Wisnosky said...

Yes please write about quilting a project ...Do you look at the quilt block or as a whole pieced project? cary.wisnosky@gmail.com

Sally K said...

Id like to hear about how to incorporate quilts that don't coordinate with my style into my home. I have several smaller quilts that I have made because of a pattern, technique or fabric that don't coordinate well with my other quilts and decor and don't know what to do.

Margaret Lippert said...

Do you ever get rid of fabric you know you are not going to use? What do you do with it? Donate it or what? Inquiring minds want to know?

Kathy E. said...

There's a few things I'd like to learn more about, now that you've asked! The "leaders and enders" process is one I just don't understand, so a good visual would help. I'd also like to learn more about trapunto in quilting. Thanks!

Sally K said...

I'm signed up for the Green Fairy newsletter.

Linda in PA said...

I would like to find out how you get so much sewing done! I'm retired and can't get as much done as you do.

Kathy E. said...

I receive the Green Fairy newsletter and love them!

cathy said...

I would like to see more about how you display your quilts and how you store the quilts.

cathy said...

I receive the Green Fairy newsletter and love to order from them. They have a great selection and good prices.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Rebecca Stevens said...

I already receive Green Fairy's newsletter but I did just spend money on their daily deal when I went to check it today ;-D

Nettie said...

I have been receiving the Green Fairy newsletter for some time now and I love all the great deals!!
Your blog is very inspirational to me also. Love the photos & tutorials.

Thanks!
nettiecrain@live.com

Deb G. in VA said...

I would love to hear about some of your favorite tools.

Deb G. in VA said...

I receive the Green Fairy newsletter.

Quilting Tangent said...

How to put that spark into a quilt. Go from alright fabric/boring to I really like that. 24Tangent@gmail.com

PatriciaEE said...

I would love to hear how you prepare---cut out block by block, or the whole quilt at once--and organize your fabric for a project.

Debbie said...

I would love to see how you handle scraps. I want to use them but can't figure out what to keep and how to store them.

Drhodes9@cox.net

Linda Stutzman said...

I already get the newsletter.

Quilting Tangent said...

Receiving the Green Fairy newsletter. 24Tangent@gmail.com

PatriciaEE said...

I already receive the Green Fairy newsletter and take advantage of their sales.

Debbie said...

I follow their newsletter order from them several times wonderful site.

Wood Family said...

Inspiration and resources for color combining for projects

Jennie in GA said...

A post on your blogging process would be interesting.

Suellen Dehnke said...

I'd like to hear about where you get your inspiration.

Jennie in GA said...

I signed up for Green Fairy's newsletter

Kristen Rhiner said...

I enjoy the way you balance color in your designs.

Kristen Rhiner said...

I signed up!

Rebecca said...

Do you ever get going on something that just will not work? Do you go around the problem....thru...start over?

Marlene said...

I signed up for Green Fairy's newsletter.

Kath said...

I'm a devoted GFQ follower, though it's a dangerous site for me!! A hot topic for me is still color, choosing and using it in a quilt. There's been a lot written about color theory, but not enough about a quilter's actual thought process. For example, does the colorway come first and then a pattern? Choosing which fabric goes where in a block, and why. Thanks for asking what we'd like to see in your blog.

Marlene said...

I would like to read about tips for quilting with your domestic machine.

Paula said...

I love to see finished quilts, but I also love blogs about the process. Keep doing what you do so well and thanks for the give-away!

valentinegirl said...

Love Green Fairy. I'd love to see some big block or big scale quilts that go together fast!

manon said...

I would like to hear about how you store all your finished quilts. I have a lot of finished quilts and need some ideas of how to store them.

Susan said...

I would love to read more about the process you take when choosing a colorway for a quilt; especially your charming mini quilts. Love the photos in your blog as well. They are so inspirational!

Tracey Holzer said...

I love Judi and I get her newsletters already. As for what I'd like to see on your blogs: I'd like to see how you organize all of your fabric, books, supplies, patterns, etc. And I love all the photos of your quilts, but oftentimes I want to see the whole, completed quilt in one photo as opposed to close-up shots of sections of the quilt. Thanks for this chance and have a great sewing-filled weekend!!

heidisknits said...

1. Would you please blog on the technical aspects of creating a quilt design? Do you use any particular software?


2.I would love to know how you started your business and blog. Did you ever have a "real" job and how did you transition from that career to your present quilting life? (P.S. Love your books and blog.)

Tiffany said...

It looks like you are getting lots of great blog post ideas! I've noticed that you do a lot of sewing for other people when market comes around. I'd love to hear more about that process. How did you get started doing that? Who provides the fabric? How much time are you given? Do you get paid? Do you get to puck and choose what you make or do others make those decisions?

Tiffany said...

I receive Judy and Clint's newsletter.

heidisknits said...

I signed up!

Michelle said...

I would love to see your sewing area. You may have posted this before, but I recently found your blog. I love getting inspiration from how others organize their goodies! Anything to help me spend more time sewing! :)

Hildy said...

I would love to hear about how you and Chelsi design your fabrics.

Hildy said...

I signed up for their newsletter.

Janelle said...

I'd like to hear about your favourite notions, how you combine colours/patterns of fabrics in a quilt, and how you choose what quilting pattern you do.

Janelle said...

I receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter!

sincerely yours said...

I love your blog and check in everyday for new updates. I really struggle with pulling fabrics together when making a quilt; getting too matchy and not enough color and texture variation. I also love all your 'delicious' quilty photos! Keep up the good work, and may your day be blest. Emma

Nancy Pascoe said...

I would like to know how you organize your stash. Thank you for all the great tips and introducing me to wonderful sources for more ideas.

Janell Loeber said...

Lovely fabric. I would like a post about your favorite quilting tool. A favorite ruler maybe?

Jennifer Carlton said...

I would like to read about how you use your time to accomplish everything, and how you manage multiple projects - switching between projects just means a big mess for me. :)

Jennifer Carlton said...

I am already subscribed to Green Fairy newsletter.

Nancy Pascoe said...

I am already subscribed to Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. Thanks!

Chris Sullivan said...

I would like to read a post about what to do with the pieces of a fat quarter bundle that just don't appeal to you. I have some of those and would like to use them, just don't know how. Thanks for the chance to win. momoftana at yahoo dot com

Tracine Charest said...

I already get Green Fairy newsletter!
Tracinecharest at gmail dot com

Emily Camfield said...

I'd love to hear you talk about how to decide what fabric to buy. There are so many lovely options out there I get overwhelmed!
Thanks for the chance to win!

ShirleyC said...

These are such pretty fabrics!
I love seeing anything about quilting. I'm always learning!

Brenda said...

I am already signed up for the Green Fairy Newsletter!

Sherry VF said...

Thank you soliciting topics. I struggle with wavy binding once it's finished. I don't measure it before sewing it on but I do pin it one side at a time. A tutorial or tip would be greatly appreciated! sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

Holly said...

If you've got a scrap management system that works, I'd love to see it.

Stefanie Voss said...

I've been a subcriber to the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter for quite awhile.

Brenda said...

I enjoy reading your blog and must admit, I am not a good person at commenting. For this I do apologize. Just a week or so ago, I read an article about commenting on blogs and have been working at leaving more comments. I know that I love to have comments on my own blog, even though life right now has kept me away from my blogging. LOL. I am also a jabberer. LOL. The only thought I can think of having you share is more tutorials. I love all tutorials. Thank you for sharing all that you do and for having this grand give away. I would love to win this beautiful assortment of fabrics! Have a fantastic creative day!

Allison said...

What if you wrote about trying to create a quilt in consultation with a non-quilting friend? I'm trying to make a quilt for a friend who has never quilted. Explaining what is & isn't possible is so difficult!

Allison said...

I follow Green Fairly Quilts.

SewSherry said...

How many UFO's do you have and what inspiring ideas do you have to take down the number of UFO's in our closets?

superstitches said...

I'd love you to blog about some creative ways to use scraps. I seem to be over run by them.

Pat Cagle said...

Thanks for the chance to win this great fat quarter set! I'd like to see more posts about applique quilting.

SewSherry said...

I subscribe to Green Fairy and I love the prices they have on precursor! I also enjoyed the posts on her trip to Oregon.

Lette said...

Free Motion quilting. I can't seem to get enough YouTube, classes, or blogging about free motion quilting. I've been doing it now for a little over two years and feel like I'm just scratching the surface. More please!

Lette said...

And...I just signed up for Green Fairies Newsletter. I just love how Judy quilts her quilts, and her class through AQS is wonderful. Thank you for offering these wonderful fabrics!

lalaluu said...

Block tutorials are always useful!

Sorcha girl said...

I receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

Sorcha girl said...

Have you blogged about color selections for a quilt in the past? If not, that would be a good topic for me to read. If you have, perhaps you could direct me to the post. Thanks for all the inspiration you give me, Mahalo is the next quilt on my To Make list.

Crafty Coffin said...

I always have trouble getting fabrics from a variety of different lines/designers to work together - I'd love to see some advice for making a good fabric pull for a quilt.

Crafty Coffin said...

I am signed up for the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter!

Lorraine said...

I'd like to learn more about organizing a stash and scraps. I'd also like some help with easy beginning quilting for table runners, placemats, or baby quilts. I take my bigger quilts to a longarm quilter, but I know I should be able to quilt smaller projects on my machine. I just don't know exactly how to begin!

Lorraine said...

I'm already signed up for the Green Fairy newsletter.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I would love to hear about your fabric design process. Thanks!

Barbara Cook said...

What's your favorite destash quilt? Your favorite ways to destash. Always!!!

Melanie said...

I think your blog is perfection! It's one of my favorites. I may not be a constant commenter but I read them all fully! Now that I think of it, I imagine you new topics take a lot of thought. How about the subject of how many new friends you gain in our craft.

Melanie said...

I follow Green Fairy on all social media.

Sally said...

Really cute fabric! I would like to read a blog post about pattern testing. I've designed several quilts that I'd like to write up, and know having pattern testers is an important step.

Sharon Worley said...

Thanks for the link to Green Fairy. I'm signed up and looking forward to receiving their newsletter.

Sandy guilbeaux said...

I would like you to tell us how to make any size fast/easy quilt on a budget please. Where could I find fairy or fairies fabric ?

Kathy Henderson said...

Do you ever use a die cutting system like Accuquilt? I have one but don't use it as much as I'd like - just wondering if it is something you've ever used and if so, if you have any tips.

Macy LeGore said...

A blog on traditional designs would be nice. Thanks.

Sandy guilbeaux said...

I signed up for the Green Fairy newsletter and looking forward to receiving it. Thank You

Linda said...

RECEIVING GFQ'S NEWSLETTER!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Linda said...

HI,maybe use of some Traditional Blocks!
Thank You+GFQ's for a beautiful Giveaway!
msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Tu-Na Quilts said...

How about some creative fabric and pattern storage ideas?

Tu-Na Quilts said...

I already get their newsletter. kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

barbara woods said...

how you do your corners when binding

barbara woods said...

i get their newsletter

Carol said...

I like to see lots of scrappy quilts on your blog - the more the merrier. Inspiration on using scraps is so helpful.

Teresa Stanulis said...

I always love hearing about the projects you are working on and I love seeing lots of pictures!
tstanulis@veriozn.net

Cindy said...

So many great ideas for future blog posts already. I have nothing to add just love seeing your current projects most of all. :)

Carol said...

I'm a customer of Green Fairy Quilts and already receive the newsletter.

Teresa Stanulis said...

I am already receiving Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. I've ordered from them a few times and I agree, they are a wonderful shop!
tstanulis@verizon.net

Dondi Murdock said...

I love all your blogs because you always sound so cheerful! I am always amazed at how much sewing you get done. You are simply amazing. Besides being a professor and a Mormon which means you are serving as a volunteer in a joyful way, you still sew a tremendous amount.

It would be interesting to find out how much quilters donate to various charities. One of the reasons I like to shop at Green Fairy Quilts is because it is so easy to donate to their charity. It makes me feel so good to think I am helping orphans in Eastern Europe. I feel that if I can buy high quality quilting materials, I should donate to others who barely have food to eat and clothing to wear.

I know quilters are always giving away quilts, but how much else are they donating? They have gigantic hearts. I think it comes from being creative and using right brains and such.

wenhkc said...

I would love to read your design process. do you design after pulling fabrics? Or do you design first and seek out fabrics? How do you decide on color, placement, shape? How do you decide on technique....pieced, fussy cutting, appliqué, etc.?

wenhkc said...

I signed up for the newsletter. Thanx for another entry!

Laurie Smith said...

I just signed up for the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter!

Elaine said...

I would love ideas on how to create a design wall so I can get off my knees when laying out a quilt! Also, tips on organizing block pieces before chain quilting so they stay in order. Thanks so much!
satterfieldfamiily@sbcglobal.net

Elaine said...

I am subscribed at Green Fairy Quilts and I LOVE their shop!
satterfieldfamily@sbcglobal.net

Danette Stankovich said...

I receive Green Fairy Quilts newsletter and have placed an order not too long ago. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

Nena said...

Hello - I love your blog. I watch and rewatch the binding tutorial - it finally made sense to me when you said (and I paraphrase) you make the width of the binding the amount you leave as tail to join - TaDa!!! I would like you to, if possible, talk about how one goes about figuring yardage into precuts and precuts into yardage when planning for a quilt featured in pattern or book that does not provide both in fabric-required section. Many thanks!

cynthia said...

I get their newsletter and I am a very happy customer!

Nena said...

Oh I forgot to say I already am receiving Green Fairy in my email. Thank you!

cynthia said...

I love to see what you're making and how you do it!

Danette Stankovich said...

I enjoy reading your blog - maybe about what you are planning on sewing for Christmas (gifts or not). Love your "Shine" pattern. When I get time to sew it, I will be purchasing it for sure. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

Robbienae said...

I love reading your blog. You are a true inspiration and I would like to know more about how you organize your life to include quilting time! Learning some shortcuts could be a tremendous help. I already subscribe to Green Fairy Quilts and I love them!

Robby H. said...

We live in a small home and I'd love to hear ideas for how to set up and organize a sewing space when you don't have much dedicated space. Multi-tasking storage? How to convince your spouse you don't really need a guest room as much as a sewing room?!
(bolderbaker.at.gmail.dot.com)

Robby H. said...

I just signed up for their mailing list. From the looks of their website, that could be a dangerous decision.
bolderbaker.at.gmail.dot.com

Paula said...

Thank you for the chance! I'd love to read about patterns with orphan blocks. Xxx

Jan Taylor said...

Hi Sherri, I love your tutorials. I am always interested in seeing how people do things. Please keep them coming.🌼

Jan Taylor said...

I just visited Green Fairy Quilts and signed up for their newsletter. I had no idea shipping was just $1.95 per order. Thanks for sending me over. 🙃

Debbie Peterson said...

HI Sheri. Your blog is fun and I love reading it to give me ideas. I struggle with fanric choices, especially prints that don't compete with each other. I would love to hear how you select fabric for a quilt when you are incorporating multiple prints.
Thank you, Debbie

Rosemary B❤️ said...

OH! What a sweet bundle. I would love to win this. Thanks to you and GFQ for the opportunity.
I would love for you to blog about colors, and how to choose fabrics. I always have too many, or can't find the right ones in my stash.
Happy Week-end

Susan P said...

I would like to see a posting about fabric organization and controlling scraps. How do you do it. Thank you and Green Fairy Quilts for the giveaway.

Mo said...

Wow thanks for the info on Green Fairy! I recently started quilting and their site looks great! Like others have posted, I would love more information on how to select fabrics. Living in Hawaii I like to make things with the plethora of hawaii themed fabrics we have availavle, bit I'm horrible at combing colors and/or patterns.

Susan P said...

I get Green Fairy Quilts newsletter and follow Judi's blog.

Rosemary B❤️ said...

I subscribe to GFQ news letter, and their blog. I have bought many things from them. My daughters know it is my favorite shop so once they gave me a gift certificate for Mother's Day. That was epic.
Clint and Judy are the best. Judy is a wonderful and inspiring quilter. I love her blog

Evie H said...

I love reading your blog and your tutorials. I also love Green Fairy and shop there often. I have various UFOs and wish I could get THEM and ME organized and finished! Any hints? =) Thanks for a great giveaway!

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