Monday, August 15, 2011

Huge Charity Giveaway......

Okay - we are giving away a Fat Quarter Bundle with 38 fat quarters in it, a Jelly Roll and a Layer Cake. This is a giveaway to raise money for our charity, we will be going to Romania in 3 weeks and we have all the quilts we need, so THANK YOU to all of you who have sent in quilts for us to take. We are going to be getting school supplies for children in need (they start school a couple of days after we are there) and we will be filling up a soup kitchen with food that feeds a lot of homeless kids, and kids in need. Please know that you can enter this giveaway without donating, and you don't need to donate to win a prize, but we would like to raise money for our cause. Please know that 100% of your donations go to helping with the food and school supplies and that none of the donations go to Clint and me - we pay for our own plane tickets, food, and hotels with our own money.

So, read on for the details!

First thing up for grabs is a Jelly Roll called "Panier de Fleurs" by French General for Moda Fabrics.


Next, a Layer Cake called "Northcote Range" by Cabbage and Roses for Moda Fabrics.



And finally a Fat Quarter Bundle called "Coming Home" by Deb Strain for Moda Fabrics.

Here's how to enter -

Leave a comment telling us what you will make if you win.
(1 entry)
Help spread the word by blogging about our giveaway & leaving a comment telling us you did!
(2 extra entries)

Make a donation here of any amount and tell us you did.
(3 extra entries,
100% goes to the charity)

Thanks in advance everyone!



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Bennett and Graves said...

I have been wanting to make another quilt for Quilts For Kids from my stash, as well as one from their supplies. I did two last year and my longarm quilter donated her work. But now I've learned to quilt MYSELF! So I won't need to impose on her livihood.

Little Island Quilting said...

I would make a quilt. Original huh?!

Little Island Quilting said...

I have also just donated.

Andee said...

I donate to Quilts for Kids and to Quilts of Valor so that is where this fabric would be going!

Little Island Quilting said...

Donation bonus comment number 2

Little Island Quilting said...

Donation bonus comment number 3

Patchwork Penguin said...

Hmmmmm if it is the jelly roll probably a couple of weekender bags; one for me and two to give away.... the layer cake????....I want to try out my new Twister rulers.... the FQ Bundle????.... something totally scrappy... yet organized... sort of like the world is (at least how I see it).

Thanks for hosting this.. great idea!

Patchwork Penguin said...

Posted on my blog.... thank you so much!

Brenda said...

I would also make a quilt or a table runner, depending on what I won. All are wonderful fabrics. Thanks for the chance to win.

Cecilia said...

I would use the fabric to make quilts for the children's hospital with my weekly sit n sew group. On the third Thursday of each month we sew for charity. This fabric would help us. Thanks for what you and your husband are doing.

Pam said...

I would use this in a quilt if I won.

Wendy said...

Marvelous! I would make a quilt for myself :) Thanks!

Jacqueline said...

If I won the fq I would make a lap/couch quilt for home and one to donate. =) Also, would you be open to me shipping school supplies your way? Let me know!

SoSarahSews said...

I can't wait to hear stories about seeing some of those quilts you brought last year. It will be so cool! Prayers for your trip-thanks for allowing yourselves to be used!

Irina said...

With the jelly roll I'd make a quilt using a pattern from a book I've just purchased, I'd also make a quilt with the layer cake. If it was the FQ bundle... I'd have enough to make a few small projects!
thanks for the chance!

Anya said...

How generous! I'd make a quilt for me! Thanks for the chance!

robin said...

Bless you for bringing all the quilts to Romania. What a lovely thing to do.

If I won, I'd make a quilt. Thanks for the chance. :)

Deborah said...

I have several quilts to make for former 2nd grade students who are now going off to college. Any one of these would be put to use.
Deborah

Deborah said...

Okay I just posted a donation. Loved seeing the video from last year. Can't wait to see pictures from this year's trip.
Deborah

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Wow what lovely prizes!

I have 2 friends expecting so if I won I'd make a baby quilt.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I would make a quilt for my recently widowed sister with the fat quarter bundle.

Mary Grace McNamara said...

What a very generous giveaway, Judi! If I won any one of these prizes, I would use it to make either a quilt or tote bags. Well, maybe I'd branch out and do a table runner. Oh I don't know, I would have to have it and look at it and feel it and let it speak to me for a while before I decided! How's that for a straight answer?

Thanks for all your good work...now off to make a donation :)

MGM

Mary Grace McNamara said...

Donation made...from last name Sweeney. Can't wait to hear all about this year's trip! This is such a good thing that you and Clint do.

MGM

matilde said...

!!ME APUNTO!!AVER SI ALGUN DIA ME TOCA ALGO UN SALUDO

Cathy said...

northcote layer cake I am sure because it is just so darned pretty!!!

matilde said...

!!ME APUNTO!!AVER SI ALGUN DIA ME TOCA ALGO UN SALUDO

matilde said...

Haria una manta.

Dee's Diary said...

I would like to make another lap quilt for people with dementia.

Cherry Red Quilter said...

I have just blogged about your giveaway and i hope lots of people read it and donate. Good luck!

Cherry Red Quilter said...

I just made a donation in the name of Ball. Good luck - hope you get lots more.

Cherry Red Quilter said...

I make Quilts for Keeps which go to kids with terminal/serious illnesses and their siblings. More fabric means more quilts. Thanks for the chance.

Freda said...

I have 2 little twin grandsons on the way, I have to make two quilts!

Jan said...

I'd make a quilt.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

If I win; I will make a lovely sampler quilt with the fabric...beautiful fabric

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Your giveaway is on by blog...thank you for this chance

Linda Crosby said...

would make either a lap quilt or some table toppers if I was to be so lucky to win..thanks for chance

pcflamingo said...

Love the red-white-blue of Panier de Fleurs. I'd make a quilt for the American Heroes Project in Washington state. They donate quilts to wounded warriors at Madigan Army Hospital at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. The project was started by wonderful women on Vashon Island (in Puget Sound) in Washington state.

Jessica said...

I would also make a quilt... or a wall-hanging. :)

Jessica said...

Donation made - last name Hoenig. I wish I could afford more - and I hope to send a quilt to you next year. Have a safe trip and looking forward to seeing your video for this year.

pcflamingo said...

I just made a donation. Sorry I don't have a blog or I'd mention it there too :D

pcflamingo said...

My donation was made under the name Pat Chubb.

Sarah Craig said...

Just a guess, but I'm thinking any and all of those fabrics would end up in another charity quilt if they showed up at my house!

Sarah Craig said...

I blogged about your giveaway here:

http://confessionsofafabricaddict.blogspot.com/2011/08/and-winners-are.html

Sarah Craig said...

And if my previous donation counts, I've made a donation! Wish I could make another.....

Karen said...

I have given two quilts to H2H and wish I had time to make more. So if I won I would make a quilt and give to another charity. May you have a save trip and prayers will be going with you.

iluvmybugs said...

I'd make a set of placemats and potholders as a housewarming gift. Thanks for the chance to win.

Leah said...

I would make a quilt for my step father

Mom C said...

Great colors for quilts. Since I love to quilt but you can only use so many I give to the homeless shelter and other needs in our community.

Jessica said...

I blogged about your giveaway here:
http://quiltyhabit.blogspot.com/2011/08/special-giveaway-at-green-fairy-quilts.html

Hilachas said...

If I were to win your giveaway I would use the fabric in my Dear Jane and Farmer's Wife blocks. Thanks for the opportunity.

Faye said...

I would love to win~~ I am starting out and need anything you could send my way!! Thanks at this awesome chance....Faye

corina said...

I want to donate a quilt for the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre. It would be used to raise funds at their annual "Baby Shower" fundraiser in the spring. They take care of many orphaned, injured or otherwise helpless wild animals throughout the year, with the ultimate goal of releasing them back into the wild.

Terry said...

I want to make a quilt for my bed. That Deb Strain fat quarter bundle would be perfect! Thanks for the chance! :0)

Auntie Pami said...

I'd make a quilt to go with you next year! I bought a space bag (the kind you suck out the air with). I want to see how many I can put in it! I'll see what I can do...

Nancy said...

Pillow shams!

Nancy said...

Don't blog, but I shared on FB

Auntie Pami said...

http://auntiepami.blogspot.com/2011/08/green-fairy-quilts.html

Blogging complete! Will see what I can do to spread the word!

Miss Jean said...

I'd love that layer cake. I have a pattern, Blossom by Fig Tree Quilts that it would be perfect for.

littlebudswks said...

I would make quilts for children and donate them to charity.

Linda said...

I would make a quilt for the hospice my dad was in and a quilt for my gran who is turning 100 - keeping warm is a priority at that age!!!!

Nancy Z said...

Just donated and I'm glad I can help out.

Nancy Z said...

Just watched the video from last year. Would love to make a quilt to donate. If I win, I just maight make one from this fabric.

Monica said...

I would use the fabric to make lap quilt for one of the charities that I make quilts for! Thanks!

Monica said...

I have blogged about this at: http://piecefultimes.blogspot.com/

Monica said...

I blogged about it!

Kira said...

Blogged it here.

http://howdyadothat.blogspot.com/2011/08/charity-giveaway-by-green-fairy-quilts.html

Kira said...

I'll teach my daughter how to sew a straight line. I can't do it, so someone may as well.

Diane E W said...

I blogged about your giveaway at
http://dewquilting.blogspot.com

Diane E W said...

If I won I would make a quilt to donate to the Down Syndrome Assoc of Middle Tennessee for the 100 Quilt for Kids Challenge and a quilt for Sarah's quilt ministry.

Sonia said...

depending on the prize, I would either make a prayer quilt or a wall hanging. :)

Linda in PA said...

I would make a wall quilt or a table runner. Thanks for the giveaway.

Diane E W said...

I made a donation. Have a wonderful and safe trip.

Linda V said...

What wonderful fabrics! I would make another quilt for sure! Thanks for the giveaway.

Amanda said...

would all be lovely used to make things for our local charity . You always have such great giveaways and i always read your blog.

Kim with a K said...

I would definitely make a quilt and dream about making a handbag!!!

Martina said...

Me too I would make a quilt! For someone who needs some shown care and love!

Quiltjane said...

My group is making quilts for the womens shelter. This fabric would be a blessing.

Quiltjane said...

Judi, you do such a wonderful thing for such wonderful children. I made a donation (PayPal Want it, need it, quilt). Glad to support your great work.

Marie said...

I would like to win one of the gifts and make a quilt for the "Projekt Puttetæpper", a danish project, that makes quilts for children that lives away from home to learn to eat proper food and loose weight.

Marie said...

...and now I have published the Give Away on my blog.: www.marieiblog.blogspot.com

Julie said...

All beautiful fabrics! Wonderful what you do regarding the charity! I would make a table runner for myself and make a quilt to give. There is a bunch of ladies from the LQS who make quilts and give to local hospitals, nursing homes, etc. and are always in need of more quilts. Thanks for the give away.

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Elita in GE said...

I am working on creating a Quilts for Kids sister chapter here in Geneva, Switzerland, along with making Bosom Buddy Hearts for patients who have had breast surgery. We are gathering all the beautiful fabric we can to brighten their days. Thank you for all that you do and give to others

Elita in GE said...

I don't have a blog but I have sent an email to my local quilting group to tell everyone about the giveaway and your great site. Thanks!

Elita in GE said...

Have made a donation (from Elita Sharpe Mazzone). Have a safe trip!

JudyQT said...

I would make a quilt ( of course) :). Specifically for my brother in law who is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer. He lives in Tillamook, Oregon but must stay away from his family while getting treatment everyday in Portland. FQ bundle. For the flowery ones - quilt for my potential new grand daughters. My son is dating a great little gal with 2 girls.

JudyQT said...

I donated, too!

Tiffany said...

None of these are really my own personal style, but they would make a beautiful charity quilt - and that is not an insult :) I am working on 5 charity quilts for a project for our church this year and plan to continue the work even when this project is complete. It would be nice to have some pretty more up-to-date and coordinating fabric (like any of these above) for our charity quilts.

Love what you are doing - such a great cause!

deserae said...

I would make a quilt! :)

Glenys said...

I think I would make a tote. I need a new school bag.

Joanne Lendaro said...

Jelly Roll would turn into a 1600 quilt, the layer cake I'd find that wonderful pattern that Barb does and the bundle..probably a Turning Twenty variation of a quilt. Thanks for the fun!! I do Quilts for Kids and charity quilting for the two guilds that I'm a member of...

Natasha said...

I might make a quilt for my mother in law or maybe one for my own bed.

Sarah W said...

Well, I always threaten my husband to make him quilted boxers. Or a set of matching quilted jackets to wear when he comes to the quilt show.

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Blog post up....8/16/11...so incredibly honored to share with my readers your amazing willingness and personal sacrifices as you both head to Romania...again.

Smiles,
Kelly

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

What would I make...oh geez...I always struggle with those. How about a quilt...could I get any more generic than that?

Smiles,
Kelly

IHaveANotion ~ Kelly Jackson said...

Sending money now :)

Smiles,
Kelly

Shasta said...

What would I make? First I would keep it out so I could admire it, and feel the texture. Then I would make a quilt - I like wall quilts and small quilts, so I would take the layer cake and make some small quilts for my small quilt wall.

Donna said...

I am in Christmas gift mode. Any of these prizes would be a welcome addition to my gift making.

Donna said...

I blogged about your mission trip. You guys are amazing!

Jan said...

I would make a quilt for my new grandaughter.

Deborah in Atlanta said...

What would I make? I'd probably go ahead and make another donation quilt for this wonderful cause!

Darlene B said...

My quilt guild has supported a local shelter for women & children. I would love to make a quilt or two to support this cause. Thanks for all you have done for the Romanian children!

Joanne Lendaro said...

Add giveaway to my sidebar.....

Andra said...

Awesome, I would make a quilt for my Mother-In-Law, we have had a rough year as a family and she could use the pick-me up!!

sunny said...

If I won the Cabbage and Roses, I'd make something for my sewing room, but with either of the others, I'd make a charity quilt to share the goodness.

Melinda said...

There is a layer cake pattern I have been wanting to tackle for almost a year now! But I have a book of jelly roll patterns and two books of fat quarter patterns, so really, anything goes!

Melinda said...

I blogged this giveaway.

http://peppermintgrove.blogspot.com/2011/08/fabric-giveaways.html

pinsandneedles said...

Just watched your video over at IHAN. So touching. Seems fitting that a charity quilt be made from these fabrics. Blessings to you.

Needled Mom said...

I would definitely make a quilt with any of the precut pieces. I love using them in quilts.

Your work that you do in Romania must be difficult and yet so fulfilling. You are both a blessing in their lives.

Danielle said...

I homeschool my daughters and we would use these to learn more about quilting and to make a quilt.

The Happy Wife/Danielle
ldsmom2201 at yahoo dot com
http://juanshappywife.blogspot.com
Twitter: The_Happy_Wife

Nancy said...

We just admitted my mom to a nursing home and I would love to make a quilt for her bed. She has one, but she says it's too short...lol

Thanks for the chance...

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I've recently made quilts for Japan and Joplin. I would love to make a couple of quilts for your next trip.

Fan4may said...

I would make a quilt for my husband who reminds me daily that he doesn't have one. Fan4may at aol dot com

Snoodles said...

I would make another quilt, this one for your 2012 trip! I can't wait to see the video of this year - I would love to see my H2H quilt being handed to someone! Such a blessing!

Rhonda P. said...

I would have to make a quilt for one of my patients. I am a home health aide and give a lot of quilts to the elderly to use. They love them!

Snoodles said...

I blogged about your giveaway (added to my post) and also put your button on my sidebar with a note about the fundraiser! Hope it helps!
http://lilypadquilting.blogspot.com

Snoodles said...

Here is my second entry because I blogged about your efforts!

Snoodles said...

I happily made a donation! Thanks for the chance to win!

Snoodles said...

This is my second entry for my donation. Thanks for the chance to win, and to help with this ministry!

Snoodles said...

This is my third entry for my donation. Thanks for letting us help in this ministry!

Crafty Maine Mom said...

I love the layer cake. I have been dreaming about a simple log cabin lap quilt. Have fun in Romania.

Amy said...

I would make a quilt for charity! I hope you have a wonderful trip!

James-Linda said...

SUCH A NEAT GIVEAWAY!
I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT!
THANKS FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

quiltma said...

I just got some new books for pre-cuts and for fat quarters so I would make something out of those.

gmakathy said...

I would make a quilt...I'm getting in the mood for another one.

gmakathy said...

Passed the word on to friends/family.

gmakathy said...

Donated...

Linda Cates said...

I would like to make a quilt for my mother-in-law.

Sheila said...

I would make a luscious quilt for my baby granddaughter! Thanks for the opportunity. SheilaP52@yahoo.com

kiwidutch said...

I work but make handcrafted things in my free time to sell at school fairs to raise money for disabled children on the tiny island of Kiribati.
I'd use any prize to make more stuff for these kids!
http://sites.google.com/site/kiribatischoolfordisabled/
Excellent give-a-way, any charity that helps kids directly is doing excellent work. Well done!

Perry said...

thank you for the opportunity to win this fabric. The work you do in Romania is very inspiring and I admire you for doing it.

Deb said...

If I were to win anything I would make a quilt from the fabric and donate it to your cause for your trip next year!

allsewnup said...

I would make and donate to next years trip to Romania. You inspire in so many ways.

Carolyn

Michele Bilyeu said...

Since, I always make my charitable donation first, tiny art quilts for the Alzhemeimer's Art Quilt Initiative would be first on my list, then if I had some left, a bag to use when I visit the quilt show!

Lynn Brown said...

I would make a wall hanging for my living room...the fabric matches!!

Emily said...

Those are so cute! I would make a quilt for my littles!
Curly_hair83@hotmail.com

Pam said...

I would make one of those 10 minute quilt block quilts that you fold and has 3 seams. I saw a video where she used jelly rolls and layer cakes and cut rectangles. I get to order these books later on, was going to now but have to make a trip to see my in-laws cause she's in the hospital.

Pam said...

I blogged about your giveaway on my blog http://pfloyd000.blogspot.com/

sewmeow said...

I didn't know about your trips/quilts until I read IHAN'S blog post.

If I win one of these, I'll make a quilt for one of the kids for your next trip.

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

It's wonderful to hear you have enough quilts to take with you again!

Denise said...

I think your charity is fantastic! If I win, I'll be using the fabric to make another quilt for you to take next year!

Denise said...

Oh, I'll be blogging about your charity @ http://topsandblogin.blogspot.com/

quiltzyx said...

I suppose what I make will depend on which one comes to my house, but...
first thing, I will undo the beautiful packaging, and unfold the folded or unroll the rolled or unstack the stacked. Then I will enjoy all the colors & designs. Maybe I will sort them out into lights & mediums & darks.
Eventually, they will tell me what to make.
:D

quiltzyx said...

I made a little donation to your wonderful cause.

chiliquilter said...

This is a fantastic giveaway. If I´m the winner I would make a kingsize quilt for my bed.

I have been bloggin about this giveaway:-)

Chili

Dawn said...

I'm sure it would be a quilt. Good luck with your funraiser. It is such a great cause.

sweetyzoya said...

Thank you for your generosity. I would love to make my first even quilt using these fabrics and I would love to sew this quilt for my 5 month old daughter.

Sherryl said...

What big hearts you have! Of course I immediately made a donation... happy to help you make a change for the better. Thank YOU. As for your question - I have a nine patch quilt that would look lovely with those fat quarters - my mom has been searching for a jelly roll for a project and there's always a great bag pattern that needs charms, right? Fun!
sunshdws at yahoo dot com

mblittle5 said...

Hmmm, yummy fabrics. I think I'd make a tote to start with but I'd probably have lots left over to make a Project Linus quilt or two (or three!)

KatieQ said...

With the Jelly Roll, I would pick 2 designs to make from Pam and Nicky Lintott's book "Two From One Jelly Roll Quilts." There are some great recipes on the Moda Bakeshop Blog for layer cakes. With all of those fat quarters, the sky is the limit. There are lots of things that can be done with them. Most of my quilts are made as donations to children's charities, maybe with the fat quarters I'll make a quilt just for me.

Rita E in AZ said...

If I win I would love to make a quilt with such pretty fabric.

Rita E in AZ said...

I posted about your drawing on my blog:

http://stitchdays.blogspot.com/2011/08/more-prizes-to-win.html

Linda Atkins said...

I would donate whatever I would make. Your charity would be the recipient. A prize like this would give me inspiration to sew once again as I have been away from the machine for about a year.

Karen said...

I would make a quilt for our cause. Our small quilt group members make quilts for foster kids in our county. We are self funded. With me being unemployed I cannot participate as before.
Thank you for the chance.

karencg@hotmail.com

Karen said...

I just sent an email to my small quilt group members to come visit your blog.

Thank you...Karencg

karencg@hotmail.com

Jean said...

What a wonderful cause. THanks for taking the time and money to help others like this.

Margarita said...

What a great give away, I would make a childs quilt from it

Peggy said...

Thanks for a chance to win.
Thanks,
Peggy
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Peggy said...

I've blogged about your giveaway.
Thanks,
Peggy
http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

mhoney said...

I would love to win the fabrics, especially the fat quarter bundle 'coming home'. I want to make some baby quilts for a friend at work having a child, and her family lives far around the world.

I wish you great success with the fund raiser and will try and make a donation.

Michelle

Janet said...

If I won any of these - but especially the fat quarter bundle - I'd use it to make donation quilts for Slave Lake, Alberta where 700 homes burned earlier this summer.

Judi said...

I'm sure I would make a quilt, but don't have a clue what pattern I would use yet. I think I have at least 5-6 in the works already, so thinking of another project is beyond my brain power right now - lol.

poppyinpink said...

I's be very happy to make a quilt. Then find some-one to bless with it.

Maroesja said...

This fall I start with a quilting class, so I'll make a quilt withit if I win. Great what you do for charity

Sandy said...

I would make a beautiful quilt. Thanks for the opportunity to win!=)

Jenny said...

ive got dolls quilts and fabric bunting on the brain lately...so id have some fun with any of these prizes! good luck and blessings on your wonderful trip!

Quilter in the Gap said...

It is so hard to tell what I will make but there is little doubt it will be a quilt. Maybe another one to send to you.

Quilter in the Gap said...

I added your giveaway to my blog http://gapquilter.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

PaTcHwOrK jEnN said...

I would make a quilt with the fabric and donate it.

kbzelazny said...

Great giveaway! Besides quilts, I've been making totes and duffle bags this summer. Thanks so much!

Caro said...

I would use the layer cake to make more hexi's to add to my quilt. Bless you for what you do. Donation has been made.

Kathy MacKie said...

One thing I would like to make is a weekender tote bag. Thanks for the giveaway and safe travels.

lindasteller said...

I would make a quilt for my best friend. I'm a Moda addict and have become a big fan of quilts using pre-cuts. I love your site.

I really enjoyed reading about your charity trip last year and will make a donation. My family heritage lies in that area of the world

lindasteller said...

I have made my donation. Bless you for helping these children!

Marcia W. said...

I will make a quilt(s) - and skirt/dress for the grandnieces. Money is in short supply for me - will pray for your safe and successful trip just as did when Clint went last year.

hiyacinth said...

I would use the French General jelly roll to cut more hexagons.

MAMACRAFTY said...

If I was to win any of the sets that are being away, I would make a quilt to be given to the child our church sponsors. Her name is "heather". Christmas is coming all too quickly and my supplies are terribly short. Thanks!!

MAMACRAFTY said...

I left a blog on my blog (wink)

Hilachas said...

I have blogged about your giveaway at:
http://muchashilachas.blogspot.com/2011/08/my-jane-d6-and-farmers-wife-6.html

ShadyB said...

I would make a quilt for one of my relatives for Christmas. I have 16 of them to make gifts for, and need to get started pretty soon in order to meet that Christmas Eve, deadline. LOL :)
Thank you for the giveaway!

Pat said...

If I won any of these great give aways, I would make a quilt and donate to a local hospice in memory of a dear quilting friend who recently passed away. Thanks for the opportunity.

Dandelion Quilts said...

I think I'd make some pretty gifts like table toppers or small quilts to share.

Wendy McClelland said...

I'd love to win this to make some cute little doll quilts!

Congrats on your trip to Romania.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Looks like it would make a nice lap quilt.

a.niza said...

i'll turn those fabrics with coordinating solids into a quilt

OhioLori said...

I sometimes make kid size quilts for Project Linus, and a friend that gives to a Neo-Natal Dept at Hospitals in her area. So think I might use for that....

Or a lap throw for a dear friend....to have a Special HUG with her all the time.

Thanks for chance to win! :)

OhioLori said...

Sorry I don't have a Blog, or Facebook, or Twitter........but I have told a few Sewin' Buddies! lol

Melody said...

If I were to win, I'd turn the fabric into hexie flowers both for swaps and for my Granny's Flower Garden.

Deb said...

I would love to start a new quilt (for me!) with the Coming Home bundle. Thanks so much.

Judith said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I would definitely make a quilt for someone else. Making quilts for others is the best way to honor them.

harleywife57 said...

WOW ! what a prize ! If I win , I'd make a quilt to donate to a local charity ; or I could even send it to you !! (or as many quilts as I could get out of it ! )

harleywife57 said...

I blogged about this giveaway here :

http://harleywife57slife.blogspot.com/2011/08/green-fairy-quilts-giveaway.html

harleywife57 said...

this is my 2nd entry for blogging !

http://harleywife57slife.blogspot.com/2011/08/green-fairy-quilts-giveaway.html

harleywife57 said...

just made a donation so you can keep up your FABULOUS MISSION WORK !!! God bless you all !

Unique Transaction ID #76C82641YB9129745 ( michele white)

harleywife57 said...

2nd entry for donation made ( I hope I'm doing this right ! )

Unique Transaction ID #76C82641YB9129745 ( michele white)

harleywife57 said...

3rd entry for making donation
Please tell me I'm not 'cheating' !!!

Unique Transaction ID #76C82641YB9129745 ( michele white)

Emily said...

Oh my goodness, I love the Northcote Range fabric. I have the perfect pattern for a "shabby chic" quilt for my niece!

Tonya said...

I would make a quilt for me or my project linus chapter, not sure yet.

Tonya said...

I donated

Tonya said...

I donated, bonus entry

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