Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Sponsored Giveaway: The Fabric Quarter

disclosure: this is a sponsored giveaway by The Fabric Quarter


I'd like to introduce you to The Fabric Quarter!


Wendy has a great shop with lots to offer you!
Including 10% for Jaybird Quilts readers!!
The discount code is right here on their button so you'll never forget!



This week Wendy has decided to up that discount to 15%!
Thanks Wendy!!
Code:  JAYBIRDSPONSOR15
[expires 2/28/10]


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I asked Wendy a few questions so that we can all learn a bit more about The Fabric Quarter!


About Wendy Ladd & The Fabric Quarter

WHAT TYPES OF FABRICS AND DESIGNERS DOES YOUR SHOP CARRY?
We carry an eclectic blend of contemporary quilting fabrics that have an edgy flair - featuring today’s top fabric designers and manufacturers. We closely follow  the quilting blogesphere so that we can stay current with the upcoming design and color trends.

Today’s contemporary quilting fabrics present a wide variety of “big color” and big print themes to sophisticated muted blue, brown and gray tones you see in the environment. We try to balance the color spectrum in the collections we select  while staying focused on the contemporary and modern collections.

We also stocks a large selection of Kona Cotton solids and RJR Cotton Supreme solids. We carry a wide variety of basics, blenders, and tonal fabrics to to accompany any project.


HOW DO YOU SELECT YOUR FABRICS?
Our philosophy is simple: We only buy it IF we love it! When I only "like it" and can pass it up, chances are good that others will feel the same way. Its a philosophy that my grandmother taught me when I was very young and helps me stay on target. Being true to this philosophy helps me make good, strong choices, and select fabrics that you'll want to look at for years to come. 


HOW DID YOU GET INTO THIS CRAZY BUSINESS?
My background is in business management and marketing. I have worked  for high-tech and online software companies for years offering marketing, web-related production and creative art direction services. Design and art has always been my passion. When I started sewing I fell in love with the business of fabric, and immediately felt a draw to using my business skills to start a business. It was a little random but being a Gemini, I loved the adventure. Quilting, sewing and knitting run in my family so its really not as crazy as it seems for me to be drawn quilting. 

WHAT DO YOU WANT CUSTOMERS TO KNOW ABOUT YOU AND YOUR SHOP?
Customer service is a number one priority for us.  Having had a retail shop, I understand that while shopping online is easy, it lacks personal interaction and the excitement that comes with selecting fabric in person. Our customers can call us and discuss projects and possible options, and we'll help with making the right choice for their work. Sometimes that means doing research online with the customer, and sometimes its just helping them choose a pattern or getting over a color choice. We also have very competitive prices and add a free gift to every order. We want to create loyalty and share in the happiness that quilting brings our customers.

Thanks Wendy!

I love when she said "We only buy it IF we love it!" I think that is a great way to choose the items for a shop or for a personal stash. We all know we have much more fun sewing when we really love the fabric we are working with!



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The Fabric Quarter has a wide variety of fabrics to choose from.  I've been evaluating my stash recently and working on building up my basics.  Basics is one area that The Fabric Quarter has so many options it's hard for me to choose!

The Fabric Quarter has 9 yummy colors of Quilter's Linen!


Quilters Candies Stash Builder

The Fabric Quarter also has many Kona Solids by the yard or pre-cuts!


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Wendy has a great giveaway that she has provided for you!!

The Fabric Quarter is going to give you this yummy bundle!!
It's a half yard bundle of Magnolia Lane from Michael Miller with a few companion fabrics... totaling 7 half yards of fabric!




The Rules
Leave a comment for each entry.
Pretty simple right?
( If you leave one comment saying you did all 4.. you only have one shot! )

two
Check out The Fabric Quarter on Facebook and "Like" their page.

three
Blog about this giveaway on your blog! or post a Tweet to twitter
& come back to let me know!
If you post a Tweet be sure to mention @fabricquarter & @jaybirdquilts

four
We want to know how you find the time to be crafty!
Leave a comment on this post about how you squeeze in time to quilt/craft/sew.



You have till 10pm EST on Thursday the 24th to enter!
Winner will be selected by True Random Number Generator

Start commenting!!


please note:
comment moderation is on so if you don't see your comment right away that is why!

Giveaway now closed.
Winner announced soon!





© Blog post written by Julie Herman
For more information visit http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/

504 comments:

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Megan said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

ww.wannabe@yahoo.com

Megan said...

I liked the FB page.

ww.wannabe@yahoo.com

Zia Maria said...

Lovely fabric, checked out their site and signed up for newsletter.

Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

plnewhou(at)juno(dot)com

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I am no recieving The Fabric Quarter's Newsletter. I am excited to see all of the happenings at their store :)

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I "Like" The Fabric Quarter on Facebook. I am excited to go surf around their shop. I had never heard of them before so thank you :)

JMNech said...

Sweet!!! I have signed up for the news letter on The Fabric Quarter. :)

Megan said...

Tweeted!

http://twitter.com/#!/SewBeeMom

ww.wannabe@yahoo.com

JMNech said...

Oh yes ~ I have 'liked' The Fabric Quarter on FB... not that many people as of yet... need to get the word out!

Sequana said...

Since I don't see a comment at either of your blogs, I HOPE this is the right spot to say that I've signed up for the newsletter there. Looks like a nice shop.

JMNech said...

Tweet, Tweet, http://bit.ly/hskIBF has been tweeted! @jmnech

cw said...

I am now a follower of The Fabric Quarter!

Spontaneous Threads said...

http://thefabricquarter.wordpress.com/ I think this is what your looking for.... how they spend their time finding time to be creative.

Spontaneous Threads said...

I now, (lucky me) get the Fabric Quarter newsletter. Yay!

Spontaneous Threads said...

Boy to I like this (Facebook).

Spontaneous Threads said...

I hope my blog gets people over to the Fabric Quarter and their wonderful, generous fabric giveaway. Check it out
http://spontaneousthreads.blogspot.com

Melody said...

I signed up for the newsletter. Nice collections of fabrics. Now I'm off to look around the site some more. Thanks Julie

Sandy said...

Good Morning Jay Bird!! Love your wonderful information and blog! I check it out everyday!! I just posted on my blog about the great giveaway today! I also shared your name and the Fat Quarter! Have a Wonderfully CREATIVE Day!

Melody said...

And I like the facebook page. Not a tweeter though...

Sandy said...

Hi JB! I spend almost everyday at the Longarm!! I currently started teaching a group of friends and their daughters, mine included! We have named it the SEW CLUB! They are all excited to learn my craft! I wish I had more time for piecing and designing, maybe this summer!! I love the inspiration you share! Too bad I need sleep, or I would sit in front of my sewing machine, when the Longarm is at rest! LOL FYI! I have shared your link with my Sew Club! and I will share The Fat Quarter as well! Have a Wonderfully Creative Day!

jackie said...

love this fabric! thank you!

sharon said...

Hi, I signed up for the newsletter. I cram most of my sewing into my days off from work, wish I had more! Thanks for having such a wonderful give away!

jackie said...

and i signed up for the newletter!

ferne said...

The fabric looks great! Going to the website right now to sign up and shop around...

Kim said...

The fabrics are beautiful. Thanks for a chance to win some.

deserae said...

I like them on FB

Jan said...

I already get the newsletter.

Jan said...

I've "liked" them on FB for awhile, now.

DianeY said...

I haven't seen this shop before, so I'm excited to go explore. I love Magnolia Lane, or anything Laura Gunn for that matter.

Jan said...

I'm retired but still very busy. My Dad always said he didn't know how he ever had time to work. This is what I do each week - I teach Tai Chi and QiGong, I work P/T at B&N, I read 2-3 books, and I quilt. I just make time for everything.

Martina said...

I signed up for the newsletter! Thanks for the give away!

Martina said...

I find my craftytime in he evening when the youngest one is in bed and on the way to gymnastics and playgrounds waiting for my son.

Baskets Of Quilts said...

I squeeze in quilting time by sewing when my baby girl is napping. It might only give me a few minutes but it can give me my sanity back. Thanks for the great giveaway those fabrics are great!

ferne said...

I just signed up for the newsletter! Loved their site!

ferne said...

I just liked them on Facebook!

Wendy said...

I have no idea how I find the time to craft! Mainly it's by ignoring the cleaning/cooking/washing...

Peaceful Piecer said...

I signed up for the newsletter. Thanks for a chance to win

Stanton Blog said...

I just signed up to get your newsletter. After reading about your shop, I am anxious to get the newsletter.

Pam Hunter said...

I signed up for the newsletter ... YAY!

Pam Hunter
phunter89[at]aol.com

Sandy said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Peaceful Piecer said...

I like the fabric quarter on facebook. Thanks for a chance to win

Wendy said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

liberal sprinkles said...

tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/liberalsprinkle/status/40070278725906432

Sandy said...

I am following The fabric quarter shop on facebook.

Peaceful Piecer said...

I sew at night while watching tv. I also carry some handwork with me most of the time.

Wendy said...

I 'like'd the Fabric Quarter on FB :)

Stanton Blog said...

I have gone to your Facebook page and liked The Fabric Quarter.

Wendy said...

Find the time to be crafty... hmmm - I don't! I would like to find the time when my kids are sleeping, but it seems there is always dishes to be done, floors to be cleaned, stuff to be tidied.

liberal sprinkles said...

I don't find enough time to sew or craft! Mostly I do it while not cleaning the house as I should! and when I need to relax from the demands of work and life.

Trinity Scott said...

I "liked" them on Facebook.

Stanton Blog said...

I love to quilt and since I am newly retired I have lots of time to quilt. I go to 6 quilt retreats a year.. 3 that are 4 days and 3 that are 3 days. I also belong to a small quilting group. Thanks for the opportunity to win this wonderful fabric.

Sandy said...

I find the time to craft whenever there is a free moment between family. Some days I can quilt all day but others just in the evening when son is in bed.

Barbara said...

I Liked her on facebook

Barbara said...

I signed up for newsletter

Pam Hunter said...

I REALLY like them on Facebook ... now I need to control myself and not order the same fabric that I am drooling over ... Magnolia Lane!

So beautiful!

Pam
E: phunter89[at]aol.com

Pam Hunter said...

Yep ... tweeted!

Pam
E: phunter89[at]aol.com

Barbara said...

I make time by getting together ona weekly basis with my quilting buds - we think and process and spur each other on. Then I come home and do it - I work best in the morning when I am full of energy.

Kwilt Noob said...

I'm on the newsletter list!

Kwilt Noob said...

I "like" the FB page!

Kwilt Noob said...

I blogged it here : http://www.imakwiltnoob.blogspot.com
:)

Jacque. said...

Hey Julie...I about passed out when I saw the magnolia lane fabric...I LOVE it so much! I work part-time, so have free time during the day to craft & create...especially to sew. Thank you!!

holly p said...

I make time to be crafty at night! Once my husband goes to bed I venture to the sewing room!

Kwilt Noob said...

I am new to quilting and I started doing it because I found that I had TOO MUCH time on my hands. My kids are leaving the nest so fast my head is spinning. It occurred to me that I had better find a hobby or I might go crazy! Quilting has been the perfect fit!

Jacque. said...

I already signed up for The Fabric Quarter's newsletter. This is a great shop!

Sandy said...

I find time to sew by forcing myself to leave my laptop alone! LOL! Thanks for the opportunity to win.=)

Lauren P said...

I find time to be crafty while everyone else is watching TV at night.

SewLindaAnn said...

I "Liked" Fat Quarter on Facebook.

SewLindaAnn said...

When I get up in the morning I like to start my day with a few minutes (even if it's 5 mins.) of sewing. It makes me feel good to begin that way and it's worth getting up a little earlier.

Jodi said...

signed up for news!

Tammy said...

How do I squeeze in time to quilt...the three day weekends are the best time for me but otherwise I usually quilt on the weekends. I love it when I have binding to do because I can watch TV while hand sewing!

Jodi said...

I'm pre-menopausal, therefore, have insomnia - so I sew in the wee hours of the morning, that's how I "find" the time to quilt :-)

Alassel said...

I find time to sew by having a (small!) sewing room that always has a project available to work on whenever I have a few minutes to spare. :)

Pam Hunter said...

Making time for quilting? I work from home and am very fortunate that I can sew and quilt in between projects. I would love to be "working" on quilting. Time will tell ... =)

Thank you so much for the opportunity to win. Good luck to all!

Pam
E: phunter89[at]aol.com

Tammy said...

Just signed up for their newsletter, which I am so glad I did! They have wonderful lines of fabrics!!!

Dawn said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Christine said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Dawn said...

I just liked them on facebook!

Tiff Blakey said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Tiff Blakey said...

I liked them on Facebook.

Tiff Blakey said...

I find the time to sew either by ignoring other things that need to be done. :) Or, I have my girls bring their schoolwork into my sewing room and sew while they learn.

Dawn said...

I have a 2 year old and a 6 month old, so finding time to craft is pretty hard, especially since hubby is a medical resident and works long hours; when he's home, we spend time together. Most of my crafting is done in the early morning while the boys are still asleep, during naptime if they sleep at the same time, or nights that hubby is on call at the hospital.

When I get the chance to craft, I seize it, forsaking all other household duties like laundry and dishes! :)

Needled Mom said...

I signed up for the Newsletter.

Needled Mom said...

I try to make time everyday to go into the studio - even if it is just to look at my current projects. I reward myself for the other chores that I do all day such as cleaning and laundry.

MN2NM said...

Liked on FB!

MN2NM said...

Tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/TayaMG/status/40078660098588672

Laura said...

I just signed up for their newsletter (more tempting fabric for me!).

Ly + Alan said...

Whenever I feel overwhelmed I take a break by finding a few minutes to craft. It is super relaxing and allows me to focus on the things that matter in life!

Ly

Laura said...

I am a teacher and today is a snow day! Yay! More time to sew!

MN2NM said...

I am extremely fortunate to be working half-time right now, so I have a lot of sewing time and can fit some in each day. Can't wait to read other's tips though, for when I go back full-time!

Laura said...

I liked them on Facebook.

Crystal Stanworth said...

signed up for the newletter

Crystal Stanworth said...

liked on facebook

grandmarockton said...

Visiting now and following

Crystal Stanworth said...

i do almost all of my crafting (pretty much all sewing) while the babies are sleeping. it's amazing how much house work gets neglected. :o)

Amanda Murphy said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Amanda Murphy said...

I tweeted too - still working on learning how to do this...

Amanda Murphy said...

And I liked them on facebook.

Amanda Murphy said...

And, lastly, I frequently sew at night, which is probably why I am tired every morning, but that is when the house is quiet!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I signed up for the Newsletter.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I liked them on FB

Jackie said...

How do I squeeze in time? I go to my sewing room and hole up for the day. Generally it's only on Sundays. For other hobbies, I just go with the flow - whenever the mood strikes me. Sometimes it's 10pm on a work night and I only have an hour but I'll take it!

Cameron H said...

I find time to sew by snatching a few minutes here or there -- maybe I'll pin a few things one night, sew and press them the next, etc. Eventually it all gets done, and it adds a few fun minutes into every day!

The One and Only said...

I find time to be crafty when my 20 month old lays down for his nap...and at night when both he and my husband are snoring away....sometimes on the weekend or when my hubby gets home from work (and there is something I really want to do) I'll ask him to watch the baby....but I try to make sure we have family time too, since my husband is usually gone for at least 14 hours a day and is in bed by 9:30!!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

I'm retired, but still have problems finding time to sew. I spend way to much time on the computer.

Sometimes I set a timer and get up and go sew a while when it goes off....silly me.

The One and Only said...

Signed up for the newsletter!!

Cindy Anderson said...

I squeeze time into sew after I put my 5 year old to sleep at night. I usually don't watch much TV, just sew till bedtime.

The One and Only said...

I like it, I like it!!! ( on fb )

karenfae said...

I signed up for the newsletter.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Mary P said...

I try to get my crafting in whenever I can. A few moments here and there in between everything else. I also don't watch TV so that helps a bit!

karenfae said...

Time for crafting - no children at home, no grandchildren live nearby, I retired early and have plenty of time!
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

H2Ogirl said...

I love that you only buy what you love. That's the way it should be. How do I find time to craft? I guess it's the bee's that I'm in that put me on a time line. And along the way I just happen to stay in my room and get a few more things done. It's a good excuse.

RyanSarahN said...

I find it helps me be able to sew the next day when I take some time at night (usually in front of the TV) to do prep work, like cutting or ironing.

craftytammie said...

the only way i squeeze in crafting is to try to sew while my kids play in the room with me. we keep a big bin of wooden blocks and a small bin of fabric scraps there. they love snipping them into tiny pieces!

craftytammie said...

i like them on facebook!

craftytammie said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

allsewnup said...

I've been receiving their newsletter for quite some time now.

Carolyn

Carla said...

Sewing is a priority to me...makes everything else work better!

allsewnup said...

How do I find time? I just turn on my selective hearing and sew!

Carolyn

April (Polkadot Sparrow) said...

I craft while my husband plays video games after the child is in bed. Some women are annoyed with men who like to play video games but for me, it means I can have fun, too! :)

lindaroo said...

More like squeezing in the housework and errands between the crafting!

April (Polkadot Sparrow) said...

I "like" them on FB!

Sarah Craig said...

I've signed up for the newsletter...

Sarah Craig said...

...and I now LIKE the Fabric Quarter on Facebook....

Debra said...

I signed up for the newsletter. What a great store.

Sarah Craig said...

And how do I find time for quilting? Well, my dust bunnies have names - does that tell you anything? I do most of my quilting while my granddaughter is napping or in preschool, which is also prime cleaning time! But never fear - I try to clean on the weekends, and I have my sewing buddies over once a month so the house definitely gets cleaned then!

Debra said...

I liked them on Facebook!

Debra said...

I have very little time to sew but usually Saturday afternoons work.

Tracy said...

I already get the news letter!

Tracy said...

I already like them on FB! It's how I found out about this site. :)

Tracy said...

I make time to craft by sacrificing on sleep. :) Not all the time. Really, I just pick a day and make sure everyone understands it's a ME day.

Abbybeth said...

I usually am only able to "find" time to sew and craft on the weekends ... and sometimes during the week I can snag 15-20 minutes on a couple of evenings if I'm lucky.

Louise said...

I manage to avoid housework/shopping/cooking to get crafty time! Works for me!

Kristen said...

I tweeted about this giveaway on @kdquilts!

epban said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Kristen said...

I like them on facebook! Thanks for the great giveaway!

epban said...

Working full time, I try to get at least 15-30 mins of me time at my sewing machine!

Kristen said...

The only time I have time to sew is naptime...and the occasional times where the baby is content to sit by my machine and watch me sew!

kristine said...

I find time to be crafty after my kids are in bed :)

Shana said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Shana said...

I like the Fabric Quarter on Facebook

Shana said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/#!/Blaze_n_Crochet/status/40091166049308672

Shana said...

I always do my crafting after my husband and son go to bed lol. Then all is quiet and I can concentrate.

Kate White said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Kate White said...

I liked their facebook page!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Well; I guess I am one of the lucky ones...I have stayed at home since I had my children...long time...lol. So; my time is my own and I use as much of it as I possibly can to be crafty...and love every minute of it..

Kate White said...

I tweeted it about it (@kalinkadink is me).

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I have done the FB thingy...

Mystica said...

These are beautiful fabrics! Thanks for offering us such a generous selection.

Kate White said...

As for time for being crafty, some of my professors let me knit in class, and I work on a sewing project whenever I need to unwind a little. I make myself take breaks!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I subscribed for the newsletter

rskaggs said...

I try to find at least a little time every day to do something in the sewing room. I long for the whole-day sewing marathons but still rejoice in the sneaky-fifteen-minutes that I can usually find!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Just posted it on my blog...and thank you for this opportunity....

Dianne said...

I try and squeeze in minutes here and there during my afternoons after work. Somedays it's no time, but some days I get a chance to spend a few hours. I figure even if I'm just sewing together a block...it's one more toward the goal!

Kathryn said...

I have signed up for the Fabric Quarter newsletter. How nice they give your readers a discount. Kathie L in Allentown

Kathryn said...

I'm retired, so I have plenty of time for crafts since that's what I love to do. It's the housework I have to work to find time to do. For that, I set the timer for 1/2 hour, go for broke, then return to the fun.

VeeBee said...

Already getting the newsletter (might as well get "credit" for it here!)I am already a customer and big fan of Fabric Quarter!

VeeBee said...

I am a FQ "liker" on Facebook too. Hi Wendy!

Alisa said...

Most of my sewing time is little bits of time between housework, caring for my children etc. I also sew in the evenings when my kids are in bed.

VeeBee said...

Finding time to sew: I claimed a loft area in my house for my art/sewing room. Now everything is within reach-- reducing set-up and clean-up time has made it souch easier to grab 15 minutes here and there.

Mary Lou said...

I have singed up for the newsletter.

Erica said...

My friends think I'm insane but I like to get up half an hour or so earlier than I need to so once I'm all ready for work & had my breakfast, made my pack-up etc, I have a little bit of time to sew, or whatever I'm working on at that time. I love this little bit of peace and calm of crafting in the morning, It's like my meditation that sets me up for the day. x

Mary Lou said...

I've also liked her facebook page.

Joan and Kevin said...

Signed up for the newsletter.

Amy said...

Gettin' the Fabric Quarter's Newsletter now!

heleen said...

I have 3 teenagers at home. When they are at school which is sometimes not too log a read about quilting. At evenings a little (half an hour, a day). It's always to little.

Joan and Kevin said...

Liked on Facebook

Joan and Kevin said...

I get up at 5 in the morning and have an hour to sew before the day starts

Mary Lou said...

I just have to make the time. It isn't easy. I try to do a little each day though with the nice weather we've been having, even that is hard. Of course, reading all these blogs and entering giveaways eats up a lot of time though it does keep me motivated to keep sewing. There just isn't time to do everything.

Amy said...

If I don't find time, I get grumpy. It's important to create every day! I squeeze it in, even if it's just for 10 minutes.

heleen said...

I've signed up for the newsletter

Kerrie said...

I find time to sew, quilt, and be creative in the evenings and the weekends. I work all day during the week but I love quilting as a creative outlet! You will typically find me in my sewing room from 9pm till midnight most days!

Margaret said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Margaret said...

Right now its hard to find time to craft/quilt as I am in grad school but will be finished in April and have a list of projects lined up. I squeeze in a hour or two a week though for my sanity.

Margaret said...

At work right now so cannot access FB but will like tonight!!!

Canadian Kristin said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Canadian Kristin said...

Liking you on FB!

Margaret said...

Not really part of the giveaway but signed up to subscribe to your blog feed!

robin said...

Just signed up for the newsletter. :)

robin said...

I like the Fabric Quarter on FB.

Canadian Kristin said...

[tweet tweet]
@canadiankristin

Thanks for the chance to win! Love that magnolia fabric! Beautiful!

robin said...

I just blogged about this giveaway at: http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/02/giveaway-at-jaybird-quilts.html

robin said...

I craft when no one else is home during the day. Can you say Quiet?

Kristin said...

"liked" on facebook

Kristin said...

signed up for the newsletter

its_kristin@yahoo.com

Jeni Key said...

I liked their facebook page! the colors of fabric in the giveaway were exactly what my eyes wanting to stare at today! Thanks!

Kristin said...

i find time to craft or sew on the weekends sometimes if i am lucky i get to sneak in an hour or so after dinner before the kiddo heads to bed.

its_kristin@yahoo.com

Quiltingdaisy said...

Signed up for her news letter

Quiltingdaisy said...

Liked her facebook page

Quiltingdaisy said...

I'll quilt during my 'Tivo' time

Kerrie said...

I signed up for the Fabric Quarter newsletter!

Kerrie said...

I blogged about this fabric giveaway at www.inmysewingroom.com

Kerrie said...

I checked out the Fabric Quarter facebook page and "liked" it!

Kelly V said...

I subscribed to your newsletter.

kelly_villanti@yahoo.com

Kelly V said...

I like Fabric Quarter on Facebook.

kelly_villanti@yahoo.com

Kelly V said...

I squeeze in crafting time while my daughter naps and boys are in school or after they've all gone to bed. It's getting much harder as all of the kids get older!

kelly_villanti@yahoo.com

CJ said...

I have signed up for the newsletter.

Kelly V said...

I tweeted about the giveaway.
http://twitter.com/#!/KellyVillanti/status/40115218679988224

kelly_villanti@yahoo.com

CJ said...

I LIKED The Fabric Quarter Quilt Shop on FB.

CJ said...

I have LOTS of time for sewing, scrapbooking, baking now. Both of my kids are off to college and my husband works 40+ hours a week. I live in PODUNK so there are not many distractions in the way of stores. Sew, read, cook, pray!

Sallie said...

I signed up for the newsletter. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

Sallie said...

I liked Fabric Quarter on FB. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

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