A personal blog about quilting, sewing and life as a mother. Lots of free tutorials including beginning quilting tutorials, binding tutorials, and other sewing projects like bags, quilt blocks and nursing covers.
I’m excited today to share an incredibly generous giveaway from sponsor, Green Fairy Quilts.
Green Fairy Quilts is owned by the incredibly talented Judi and her supportive husband. They specialize in Moda and Riley Blake precuts: Fat Quarter Bundles, Jelly Rolls, Charm Packs, Layer Cakes, etc. They always have the newest collections at great prices and frequent sales mean the prices get even better. They also have the option to pre-order up-coming collections months ahead to guarantee a new favorite arriving asap.
Today Judi is giving away a FQ bundle of one of Moda’s new collection Kissing Booth by Basic Grey – a collection of 29 fat quarters that retails for $98.00.
To enter to win, visit Green Fairy Quilts and sign-up for their newsletter (top left-hand corner of their home page) and leave a comment on this post telling me that you’ve done so. This is a great way to be notified of all their amazing future sales and specials.
For a second entry, follow Judi’s blog, Green Fairy Quilts and witness her crazy quilting talents.
And for a third entry visit Green Fairy Quilts pre-purchase page and pick out your favorite upcoming collection, and come back here and leave a separate comment sharing the one you’d choose.
Giveaway open until Sunday, October 28 at midnight MST. GIVEAWAY CLOSED.
I didn’t know they were coming out with Nancy Drew fabric! But the one I’m looking forward to is Noteworthy.
And thank you, readers, so much for your support of these sponsor profiles and giveaways. Having worked in a fabric shop, I know that it’s a lot of work and not a huge financial windfall – they’re typically run by people who have a passion for fabric and sewing and not because they’re in it to get rich. I’m so happy to support them by spreading the word about who they are and what they carry – each one has it’s own personality and specialties. In return, I am so grateful for the support they give to this blog and making it possible for me to justify the many hours spent sharing here.