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!



357 comments:

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Tonya said...

I donated, 3rd bonus entry...thanks so much

Tonya said...

I mentioned it on my FB and linked back to this post.

Emily said...

I blogged about your charity!

Sisterino said...

I would probably make some fun pillows or maybe work on a new quilt top =)

TheStylishHome said...

I would make a quilt. I'm looking into doing a raffle type thing to raise money for suicide prevention awareness. They do a walk in the fall. Thank you!

Sandra said...

Wow,awesome giveaway. If i won the FQ bundle I would make a quilt for our bed. My husband can't understand why everyone can get one of my quilts, but we have a store-bought bedspread on our bed!!
If I have spare fabric, I would donate some to our stash!~I am part of a quilt group that makes quilt tops for victoriaquilts canada.
thankyou~!

PDXPam said...

Hmmm with 5 granddaughters and a grandson on the way (finally yay!) I am sure I would be making either totes or blankies...

Mom C said...

I made a donation, I hope it went through.

Mom C said...

Donation #2

Mom C said...

Donate #3
My niece went to Romania for 6 months several years ago. She worked in several orphanages. I remember making about 100 newborn caps, bibs, burpbibs and diapers for her to stuff into her luggage. It was a marvelous experience for her and an opportunity to do some good for me. Thanks for what you are doing.

Nancy said...

I would make a quilt -- not sure what kind (I'd have to wait to see the fabric so that it could "tell" me what it wants to be). ;)
Thanks for the chance to win!
:)

Judi said...

I've just purchased "Dripping Diamonds" its easy and its quick and would be a great project for any of your give-a-ways. Love your ministry.

gill said...

how about a picnic quilt for next summer??

Fulvia said...

Baby quilts for the children's home in my town. Thanks!

Stray Stitches said...

I would make one or more quilts for either Project Linus or Loving Hands. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

The Junk-It Folk said...

I'm going to get a head start on my Christmas presents! Thanks for the give-away!

Lisa said...

I'd like to make a frienship braid quilt from the jelly roll, a D9P from the layer cake, and oh my the possibilities are endless with fat quarters!

Lisa said...

I blogged about your giveaway at countrymorningdesigns.blogspot.com

Jane said...

I would selfishly make myself another quilt!

Heather A said...

A quilt. Of course. Not original but genuine.

Barb said...

I would make my mom a quilt. Barb jobafa2000@yahoo.com

Lisa said...

okay, sniff sniff, I just cried through the whole 2010 romania video. What an awesome thing you are doing! God bless you!!

Jeannette said...

I would use the fabric to make a quilt!

Chrysalis said...

Quilts, of course!

Tamie said...

Within a week I will have my oldest two back in college and my youngest starting high school and I plan on getting back to my sewing machine and quilting.

AlyceB said...
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AlyceB said...

What a fabulous idea! Found you via PS I Quilt. I'm hoping to start up a Quilts For Kenya thing through some friends over there for their neonatal intensive care unit... So maybe this fabric could start my first quilt for them!!

AlyceB said...

Have blogged about it xx

http://justsewblossom.blogspot.com/2011/08/giveaway-roundup_18.html

AlyceB said...

Blogged about it #2 xx

AlyceB said...

Donation #1 entry

AlyceB said...

Donation #2 entry

AlyceB said...

Donation #3 entry. Good luck guys!

old_sew_n_sew said...

I would love to make a quilt and give it to the chemo treatment room where my husband had his treatments.

old_sew_n_sew said...

I made a contribution (levang) for school supplies!

old_sew_n_sew said...

I posted your give-away/fundraiser on my facebook page
sponsor giveaway: green fairy quilts http://t.co/8mKTeuE

Connie said...

I would make some mug rugs, pot holders and fabric coiled trivets.

FML Crochet said...

Thanks for the chance to win. I was just on Moda's site yesterday and saw several quilts I want to make.

Mary Ann said...

Love your website. I would make a quilt for my husband who's been under going treatment for the past 19 months.

gembead61 said...

If I was lucky enough to win , then I think I would really spoil myself and make something for me instead of making things for everyone else.Thanks for the chance
Gemma

Melissa said...

I really need to make something colorful for my kitchen and dining area- I am tired of the current theme:) Thanks for the chance to win some great fabrics. Have a Blessed trip:)

Stray Stitches said...

I included your giveaway in my blog today:
http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/08/i-did-fmq.html

jennifer gail said...

I would attempt to make a spiders web quilt.

tracey.griffith said...

I would make a quilt or a table topper and give it to my Mom. My Dad has been seriously ill this year and she could use some cheering up. Thanks for the opportunity to win. This is a very generous give-away. I posted a message about this on an online Quilt Board to try to get the word out. I hope you get a great response and have a wonderful trip!

hueisei said...

A baby quilt!!

jennifer gail said...

Posting on my blog :)

Nancy in IN said...

I love Northcott. I give quilts to our McDonald's House at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis, IN
thanks

WATTLE GIRL said...

I would like to make another charity Quilt to send to Zimbabwee, to an orphanage there. I have made two and would love to make more. An Aussie Quilter

Sara said...

I think a strip quit would be in order :) or maybe some patchwork dresses.

Ann Marie said...

If I won I would make a quilt, unless it was that charm pack, then I would make me a bag, and use the left overs to start a quilt.

Lex said...

There are some cool patterns on moda bake shop that I've been itching to try, so I think I would use these to make a quilt (or 3!) from patterns on there

Karen said...

i would make a wonky star block quilt.

Kimberly R. said...

I'd love to make a quilt or tote bags to donate for charity :)
Thanks!

annette said...

I would probably make up a darling quilt and donate it to the Ronald McDonald HOuse, or someother worthy charity.
Thanks for the opportunity!
nettiecrain@live.com

James-Linda said...

HAPPY SUMMER!
I'D MAKE A NEW QUILT!
ALL THE BEST ON YOUR TRIP TO ROMANIA!
THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Sarah said...

There are too many possibilities with these fabrics! Quilt for my daughter, patchwork skirt, Table runner, diaper bag, I can't decide!

Tisha said...

I would make a quilt for my husband who is deployed...to remind him that he will be coming home...so fitting with the fabric line.

Luci said...

I would make a quilt for the next special occasion and give it as a gift. Thanks for the chance!

Katherine said...

I would make a ruffly apron if I won.

Katherine said...

I blogged

Carla said...

I would make a quilt! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Carla said...

I tweeted the giveaway!

Lynn said...

1) I am going to try to make quilts for the mission box that goes to mexico every year at Christmas.

Lynn said...

I left a comment for this on facebook. I tried to join green fairy quilts on facebook, but unfortunately it was full.

Lynn said...

I have donated to your trip, may God Bless you and your group on the travels and help you with the work that he has lead you to do for these people and children.

pinkquilter said...

Oh My I have been wanting to get a layer cake for this wonderful pattern I found. If the jelly roll, then a stip purse. If the fat quarter bundle I will celebrate and make myself a new quilt to snuggle under to watch tv! Thanks for the giveaways!

Rachel said...

OH, *LOVE* the fat quarter bundle and the jelly roll ~ both are on my "want" list actually! ;) Hehe!

I would definitely make a quilt! I am still "new" to quilting and I just made my first quilt and can't wait to make more!!! I'm addicted now! ;) HeHe!

Thank you for the entry!
~Miss Rachel P.~

Rachel said...

Shared about the giveaway on Facebook! :D

Thank you!
~Miss Rachel P.~

Denise said...

I am a brand new quilter - in fact the only thing I've quilted is a mug rug! So if I win I would like to make a table runner or something small to start with!

Alyssa W. said...

What pretty fabrics! I would use it to make a quilt or possibly table runners to use as gifts. :)
When does the giveaway end?
~Alyssa

Kathy said...

I would love to make a queen-sized quilt out of designer fabric. I'm still sewing with JoAnn's and garage sale stuff until I know what I'm doing. But I'm ready to make something "really good!"

quiltmom said...

Lovely fabrics Judi- You are to be commended for the great work you do to raise money for your Romanian projects. I work in an inner city school so I appreciate the valuable money you are contributing for schools too.
I am not sure what I would make but all of the fabrics are beautiful- I have not used precuts much.. Thanks for the chance to win such nice fabric.
Regards from Western canada,
Anna

Hilachas said...

I have blogged about your giveaway at:
http://muchashilachas.blogspot.com/2011/08/my-jane-g13-and-fw-7.html

jellocello said...

I would make scrappy skirts for my 4 little girls and matching bags if I have enough fabric. LOVE IT!

golo8 said...

Can always use more fabric to make a quilt... would love to try some new design...

My Sweet Prairie said...

I would make a few picnic blankets for next summer. : )
~Monika K.

MoeWest said...

I would make a quilt or two! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

I would love to win one of these great prizes...I am planning to make a quilt for my son.!

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

I have blogged about your giveaway, and charity on my blog here:
http://butterflyquilting.blogspot.com/2011/08/great-giveaway.html

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

bonus entry for blogging ..thanks :)

Dona said...

Definitely a quilt for World of Charity Stitching!

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

I have donated

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

bonus for donation!

Nancy said...

i'll keep you in my prayers for a safe and productive trip. wish I could donate but I've been unemployed for 9 months now and money is tight. best wishes

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

third entry for donation :)

Nancy said...

love your blog and would love to make a prayer quilt with some of that gorgeous fabric!!

Coloradolady said...

Would love to make a quilt

Jeanne said...

I would make a quilt and give it away to someone.

Judy said...

I would also make a quilt with this win. I'm new to quilting and just love it.

Judy said...

I made a comment on Twitter regarding giveaway here and on PS I Quilt. Hope that's Ok. (unable to donate right now) But your ministry is wonderful.

liberal sprinkles said...

I think I'd make a blankie with Northcote Range and some clothes with Coming Home.
You guys are brilliant for doing this charity work every year.
Best wishes,
Grace

liberal sprinkles said...

I've just donated (different email address but left a note). Have a great day!

liberal sprinkles said...

I've tweeted the charity drive https://twitter.com/#!/liberalsprinkle/status/104635897382846464

Elizabeth said...

What beautiful fabrics! I would make a quilt if I were fortunate enough to win. Thanks for the chance!

Teresa Felgueiras said...

Let me think, I think I would make....A QUILT!!!

Michelle said...

I would love to win. I would make a quilt called x rated, or I would make another quilt for downeys quilts for kids. Thanks for the chance to win.

KOcanQuilt said...

I would buy one of your patterns and make some quilts with this fabric. I would donate to your quilts for Romania. I wish I could donate monetarily right now, but it is just not possible. I hope you have a great trip and raise all the funds you need.

Pam said...

I blogged about your giveaway.

jan said...

Those are gorgeous fabrics! Thanks for the opportunity to win them! I think I would make a charity quilt to raffle for our United Way campaign at work from the layer cake. I would use the Deb Strain bundle to make a quilt for my bed (I love her designs). I have a couple of ideas for the jelly roll, but I would probably just admire it for a few weeks, first!

Godspeed on your journey and bless you for doing this work!

carolann said...

I made a donation. Thank you for helping the children!

carolann said...

I would make a quilt and matching pillow!

Monique Davis said...

I would be making baby quilts for the newest family members. I have also submitted a donation. Thanks for a great experience at your website!

Carol Jordan said...

I have two patterns waiting for the perfect fabrics - will go to a battered women's shelter.

Janie said...

I have a long list of quilts that I would like to make and complete. A couple that I want to complete I will be donating to different causes. One will definitely go to the rescue that I volunteer for; they have a picnic and silent auction at the picnic.

Patricia said...

WOW!!! What beautiful Fabrics!!
I would make a quilt for my daughter's soldier pen pal. Her college class adopted soldiers 2years ago and supplies their necessities. Her soldier is a woman stationed in Iraq. Sometimes we forget about the woman fighting along-side the men.
Thank you for the wonderful opportunity to win these great fabrics~~I would be happy with any of them.
I will keep you in my prayers.
~~~Patricia~~~

Kate said...

If I win the Fat Quarter bundle I will make a few projects, mostly Christmas gifts. If I win the layer cake, I would make a Shaggy Raggy throw for my mom (a throw is what she always wants for Christmas). If I won the Jelly roll I would make a ruffled skirts for both of my girls.

Allison C said...

I would love to make a lap quilt for myself!

Debb said...

My quilt group "Friendship Quilters" has just started making pillow cases and lap quilts for area hospitals and the needy... this would give me incentive to do more and share with others... thanks so much

tpott said...

I would make a gift for someone. I've always made my quilts gifts. I've never kept a quilt I've made. I do have a few table runners. Thanks for all you do!!!! ;>

Maureen said...

Thank you again for another wonderful giveaway! With this, I know I would make a quilt but I need to have the feel of the cotton through my fingers to hear what it speaks to me!
Maureen
mgw070@shaw.ca

Wendy said...

I would use it to make a quilt for a friend who is going through a very hard time right now.....

Stitch Memories said...

I would love to make an auction quilt for one of our local organizations who raises $$ for senior girls to e able to go to the prom.

Stitch Memories said...

just added your link on my blog:)

Patty said...

I would make a quilt with the fabric. Don't know the pattern yet.

Gloria said...
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Mary Ellen said...

Would love to make a pretty little quilt with this great giveaway fabric!

Gloria said...

I love the fabric and would probably make another gift quilt with it.

Sallie said...

I'd use the fabric to make a quilt. Thanks!

Gloria said...

I have blogged about your giveaway...

Dianne Giles said...

My husband is a Freemason and each Christmas they hold a "Hamper Appeal" to provide hampers for needy people. I would make a quilt so that the Freemasons' could have a raffle to raise money to go towards a few special things in the hampers. Thanks for the chance. Dianne

robin said...

I blogged about this: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/08/giveaway-at-green-fairy-quilts.html

robin said...

2nd entry for blogging about this giveaway: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/08/giveaway-at-green-fairy-quilts.html

arlette said...

I'll make for sure a bag for my mom, she's needing one now, I love you go to Romania :)

Ellie Sew Sweet said...

Aprons, aprons, aprons...and maybe a quilt too!

Alfa said...

I think i´ll try my first quilt, thank you
alfagmontenegro@gmail.com

Judy V said...

I would make a wall quilt, I have a perfect pattern for the fat quarter bundle. Thanks for the giveaway.

mik41 said...

I would make a tote bag and give it to my daughter. I also told three people about this contest and they are also entering!

Whitney M said...

I think I'll make a quilt for our local women's shelter with it!! Thanks for a chance to win!

Patty C. said...

If I win I will make Quilts, mug rugs,hexagon flowers , table runners - Oh the possibilities are endless & the fabric is GORGEOUS
Thank you for the opportunity ;)

Amanda said...

I would make a quilt for my sister!

Josie McRazie said...

I know there are plenty of things on my list to use the beautiful colours on!! How can I choose!!

Lisa said...

I watched your video by myself, then I showed my husband, then I showed my mom. I cried every time. we sent a heartfelt donation. May God richly bless you.

All Things Beautiful said...

Of course it would depend, but probably something baby related bags, changing pads, blanket.

Betty said...

If I would be lucky enough to win I would probably use the fabric for a chairty or donation quilt.Thanks

Laurie said...

can't remember if I left a comment already or not!!! thanks for the chance to win - laurie

llsbaskets@comcast.net

Debra said...

If I win I will durely be making some quilts for you for nest year!

Debra said...

I posted your giveaway on my blog here: http://itsmelealee.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

Debra said...

Blogged 2 bonus: http://itsmelealee.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

Patty D from NC said...

I love that you do this. I'd make a quilt for sure if I won.

Patty D from NC said...

I just donated some money - this is a great cause!

Patty D from NC said...

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

Marianne said...

I'd make a quilt called Linked Together from the AP&Q Magazine Aug 2010 issue. Thanks for the chance!

looneyschoony said...

I love all these fabric lines. I would probably make quilts. I love fabric it is an obssession. I want to say just reading comments how generous people are. I am very impressed by the generosity of Green Fairy Quilts, and your blog followers :-)

LD said...

I would love to make a quilt for a nursing home resident.

Linda <><

smithcindyk said...

I want to make quilts for my grandkids but the French General would make cool pillows for my couch. Be careful and have fun on your trip!

Cindy

Deborah in Atlanta said...

I love totes/bags and quilts, so it would be one of those that I would make.

bea langeweg said...

What a beautiful fabrics againI think i would admirer them first for a few weeks and then decided what to make .
Thanks for this give a way .
Bea Langeweg Canada

Kell said...

I would make a quilt. It would depend on what size by what I might get if I win. Thanks for the giveaway!

Verna G said...

I would make a wedding gift for my son and new daughter-in-law.

Beth said...

I would make a Christmas quilt for my friend Kim, using the circle pattern from the recent modern bee quilt book, for starters.

Thanks for the giveaway.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

Pamela Nees said...

I would make a quilt for my daughter, who is in process of adopting (their 4th adopted child) from Haiti...would be a quilt for this new little one...thanks for the chance!

carina said...

Coming home for my son who lives on his own for his study in a country far a way from us iam from the netherlands... :) kis carina

Beeshebags said...

I looked and looked and couldn't see a deadline for the giveaway, so I'm hoping I'm not too late....am I????

Hugs
Naomi

Cynthia said...

I'd like to make a quilt if I win, as I've been hoping to begin this craft. My grandmother made many quilts and quilted items for me, and I treasure them. I have blogged about them if you care to read and see the photos of the snazzy shorts, slacks, vest, robe, etc. that she made.

Pia said...

I will make lots and lots of mug rugs for presents

Vera said...

Love the fabric. I am thinking it's time I made a quilt for me!!

Patticake's World said...

Please choose me! I love your blog and site!

QuiltKorner said...

I would love to win the Coming Home for a quilt I'd like to make for my son & his new wife for Christmas.

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