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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Sallie said...

I blogged about the giveaway at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/2011/02/jaybird-quilts-fabric-quarter-giveaway.html

JayTee said...

I try to set aside an hour each day for ME time!!

JayTee said...

I subscribed to the newsletter

Anne D said...

Thanks for a great giveaway. The fabric at the shop is gorgeous.

Katie said...

I liked them on facebook! :)

Katie said...

I also signed up for their newsletter!

Katie said...

I find time to quilt when my fiance is having his weekly "guys" night! I put a DVD of Seinfeld (or whatever TV seasons I have) in my dvd player next to my sewing machine and get to work! :)

Katie said...

I also put up a blog advertising the giveaway! :) http://mussergirlquilts.blogspot.com/2011/02/giveaway_22.html

Thanks for the chances to win!

Sheila said...

I liked the Fabric Quarter quilt Shop on FB

Angels Watching Over Me said...

I signed up for The Fabric Quarter emails.n

Carrie L said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Sheila said...

I signed up for the newsletter !

Rhanda said...

I am a Facebook fan! I love this fabric line, it is sooo pretty.

Carrie L said...

I just squeeze in crafting here and there--I'm sure like many others, I don't have big blocks of time. I don't get as much done as I'd like, but it feels good just to do a little something sometimes!

Sheila said...

When ever I have even a few minutes I head to the sewing room or sit to do some redwork ,it is amazing how much you can get done in a short time if you make that effort .Thanks so much for the chance to win these fabulous fabrics .

Deb said...

I just signed up for the newsletter.

Rhanda said...

I signed up for their Newsletter.
Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

Deb said...

The way I squeeze in time for quilting is to say NO to blogs! There's SO MUCH inspiration on blogs if I didn't turn off the computer I'd never actually DO any quilting!!

Rhanda said...

The time to be crafty? I have tons of time.... I am an ex-pat now living abroad, in a place without a Walmart or Target. I have time. Did I mention NO QUILT SHOPS anywhere in the country! Gasp! I didn't quilt until I moved here... if I had been a quilter before, I am not sure I would have agreed. Another reason I have time... I am here with my husband who works 14 hours practically everyday. Other than my hubby, no family here, they are an 17 hour plane ride away! Lots of time, sometimes too much. :-)

krisgray said...

Time to sew isn't sew easy to come by. My 4 yr old goes to preschool 3 mornings a week. So, after chores, errands, etc are done, then I get to sew. Occasionally I sew at night but that takes away time w DH and usually means lots of ripping as I am a morning person.

Stormy Days said...

I already receive The Fat Quarter shop newsletter.

Kirsty@Bonjour said...

Being organised and making good use of nap times. Having a permanent sewing station also helps as you can leave things there and work on them whenever 10 mins makes itself available.

Great giveaway, love this fabric line!

Stormy Days said...

I already like the Fat Quarter shop on FB, I wouldn't want to miss those discounts they give.

krisgray said...

Just "like"ed the Fabric Quarter on FB.

Stormy Days said...

I keep everything ready to go, so if I have even a spare minute I'm working on a quilt or project. Sometimes that really doesn't work, dinner is late or burnt often, but the family is used to it and try to keep an eye on things for me.

krisgray said...

Signed up for The Fabric Quarter newsletter. Love that they have a Wish List.

Angels Watching Over Me said...

I posted this giveaway on my blog.

Angels Watching Over Me said...

I tweeted about this giveaway.

Angels Watching Over Me said...

I "liked" The Fat Quarter on FB

Angels Watching Over Me said...

I work 17.5 hours a week and my children are adults so I have a lot of time for crafting. I have Saturday-Monday off each week. I also have time after work each day for crafting. This does not mean I get all my projects done right away though. LOL

JuneBug said...

I like the Fabric Quarter on Facebook

AMKreations said...

Well, I honestly haven't found much time to sew recently, let along visit blogs. I that sometimes life goes in seasons...but I try to sew when my children are at school...because I feel that when they're home, they need quality time and attention. =)

JuneBug said...

It's hard to find time to sew that's for sure! My girls go to bed at 7pm, and that's when I hit the "mom cave". I usually sew for 1-2 hours, and then come up for some quality time with my husband (or the computer :).

Delores said...

Even though I am retired, I still find it hard to find time to sew sometimes. I like to have a project started at all times, so that even with a few minutes available I can get something done.

Love to win this giveaway!

Linwood & Margaret said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Linwood & Margaret said...

I LIKED the Fabric Quarter Quilt Shop on FB.

Leanne said...

I signed up for the newsletter. Looks like a nice shop.

Leanne said...

It is always hard to find time to quilt, but I squeeze it in after work or on the weekends.

Patty D from NC said...

What beautiful fabric!!

I subscribed to newsletter.

Thanks for the chance to win.

Patty D from NC said...

My best quilting time is usually early each weekend mornings. I plan ahead so I know exactly what I want to do in order to make the most use of time.

Quiltjane said...

The family and the house get ignored and I sneak away into my little quilting room and sew.

WandaFish said...

Thanks for the intro to the Fabric Quarter - what a great site! I've signed up for their newsletter.

Caitlin said...

I only work part time so I have lots of crafting hours in the week!

WandaFish said...

I adore Laura Gunn's fabrics - thanks for the opportunity to win some! I now like the Fabric Quarter on facebook :)

Caitlin said...

Sorry if this appears twice, my iPad is cranky.

I have lots of time for crafts because I only work part time hours!

Emily said...

I signed up for the newsletter! These are beautiful fabrics!
emilycorrine@gmail.com

Tara Weigner said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Brit said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Tara said...

To get anytime to craft I either stay up later than everyone else or get up earlier than everyone on Sunday morning's and do as much as I can before the children start chanting for pancakes!

Brit said...

Usually if I want to have some craft time I have to go without sleep!

Ladybug said...

I liked the fat quarter quilt shop on facebook.

Ladybug said...

I'm signed up for the newsletter.

bruinbr said...

Thankfully, I have a wonderful husband who is very understanding about having a little crafty time here and there :) I also tend to do a lot of crafting at night after my daughter is asleep! THanks for the giveaway!

Ladybug said...

I get in time for quilting by scheduling it. I know that sounds sad but it work really well for my life. It's not that I can't quilt at another time just that I know I will get to when I have it on my calendar. It also helps me pace myself and not pickout more projects than I can possibly finish.

Ladybug said...

I tweeted about this wonderful giveaway and your great blog. Thanks for all you do and the inspiration you offer.

Stray Stitches said...

I already follow Fat Quarter on FB under linda gilli.

Stray Stitches said...

Craft time is my busy time - it's everything else that I have to squeeze in.

free indeed said...

I only tend to sew if hubby is working or if he is sleeping after working nights. I esp like that early morning snatch of time. I head straight for the sewing room, sew for an hour or so and then head down for coffee and breakfast.

Robyn said...

I make time to sew and craft by holding craft night at my house once a month. We have dinner (usually pizza), and everybody gets a good 2-3 hours to work on a project without any kids, husbands, or chores to get in their way.

It was a little overwhelming at first to hold a monthly craft night at my house. But now that I've been doing it for almost 2 years, it's no big deal.

Kasey said...

I guess in a way I'm "lucky" to be unemployed since it means I have most of the day to be crafty. Other than basic household chores, cooking, and taking care of our dogs, I have a lot of time on my hands, and a bad case of the fidgets that means I need to keep my hands occupied.
Any time I'm watching TV, I have some sort of hand work to keep the other 90% of my brain occupied.

Becky said...

I signed up for the newsletter

Becky said...

I like their FB page.

Becky said...

My time to craft is during naptime. You know, instead of cleaning my house! I also try to have handwork to do during evening tv with hubby.

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I have signed up for the newsletter! :)

Quiltin' Sandy said...

To find time to sew? Even if I have not had time during the day to pick up a needle and thread, I always keep a stitchery or some hexies by my chair in the lounge room, to work on at night! :)

kettl said...

I sew in my free evenings. Good way to end the day.

cakegirl said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

cakegirl said...

Great fabric, very generous giveaway! Thank you!

cakegirl said...

Sometimes I let EVERYTHING slide so I can quilt. Other times I use it as a form of relaxation in the evening. It's not all that hard to find a bit of time here and there since I no longer have little ones.

bethanndodd said...

Whoo hoo! I like Fabric Quarter on FB! Thanks so much!
beth.dodd(at)att.net

bethanndodd said...

Having 3 very active boys it can be difficult to find time to sew. I have a lot of late nights but it's worth it...sewing keeps me sane! Thanks so much...great fabric!
beth.dodd(at)att.net

Sarah said...

Oooh I love Laura Gunn fabrics!

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said...

I now like them on Facebook!

Jodi-JoJoMia's Place said...

Signed up for newsletter. Love their site!

Kirsten N said...

I just signed up for the newsletter.

Ms. De said...

GREAT fabrics!! #1 ~ signed up for newsletter! #2 ~ "liked" them on FB and #4 ~ I spend most of my day sewing, sewing and oh yes, sewing! I love what I do!!
I'll try to do #3 when I get my blog back up and running!
Blessings!

Pam said...

I liked Fabric Quarter on FB.

Pam said...

Once I realized that if I cut back on watching tv I have plenty of time to sew in the evening.

Niki said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Pam said...

I'm all signed up for Fabric Quarters newsletter.

Melanie said...

I quilt during my son's naptime. At least I used to until I had an infant a month ago, now I nap right along with them since I'm up all night:) Thanks for the chance!

Melanie said...

I liked The Fat Quarter on FB!

Daniel said...

I signed up for the newsletter!
Thank you!

Lindsey F. said...

With a full-time job, I do my crafting mostly on the weekends. Before the holidays, though, I wake up early and quilt until the very last minute before I have to hop in the shower to get ready for work.

Q said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Q said...

At the moment I try to do at least a couple of hours crafty things (updating my blog is included) a night when I get home after work. A bit more on one weekend night and a few more usually on a Sunday afternoon - my chill time!

Jeni Key said...

I've got 2 boys - 2 and 5, so it's hard to find time to sew and quilt. My reprieve is that my husband is a part-time rock star, and when he gigs I stay up late and sew then. He gigs at least twice/month these days and so it works out satisfactory enough!

Shannon said...

Just subscribed!!! :o)

Shannon said...

I liked the Fabric Quarter on FB!!! :o)

Tamie said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Tamie said...

I "liked" The Fabric Quarter on FB.

Shannon said...

Hum...finding time to be crafty...usually occurs when my little one is tucked away sleeping for the night. :o) Or when the weather is good outside and he can play (and I can sew while watching him out the door).

rebecca said...

Finding time to be crafty comes after dinner for me. No television interests help my quilty fun!!

Marg M said...

I squeeze in crafting by leaving it around the house and picking it up when I can. The house is a mess though :-)

Lori said...

I do not watch tv, save for one night a week. When I do watch tv I have hand sewing on my lap.

paulette said...

I am retired now so I can craft 24/7 if I want to...and I do!! haha....Ain't retirement grand!! Thanks for the chance to win this lovely bundle of fabric!!
Paulette

Just JaiCi's Crafts said...

I would love to win this bundle!!
I craft during my kids' play-time. My sewing room and the kids play-room are right next door to each other, so I can hear what they're doing and still accomplish MUCH!!!

**nicke... said...

i liked them on fb!

Judy said...

I signed up for your newsletter.

Erin M. said...

I don't do a very good job of making time to craft. It often happens in spurts on weekends, during March Madness, or sometimes after my kids go to bed if I'm not too sleepy. When will they all go to school during the day? Thanks for the giveaway.

Jolee said...

so beautiful!! Thanks. I subscribed to their newsletter. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

Jolee said...

like on fb. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

Marcia W. said...

The way I have time to make quilts is by not doing housework and (right now) procrastinating on preparing income tax papers.

Jolee said...

well, I live only 20 minutes away from my mom. When my kids were just a wee bit younger, if "grandma" would allow it, we'd go visit, she'd hang with kids, while I sewed for awhile. NOw, my kids are a little older. I can set a table up downstairs (without having to constantly worry about a needle going through a finger! :-), and leave it there. Then, whenever I get a second, I grab it! :-) joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net

Tina H. said...

I just signed up for the newsletter. It's always nice to find a new shop-there are so many different fabrics out there!
ttr3@earthlink.net

Tina H. said...

Let's see, how do I make time for quilting? I need to first have the kitchen counter and kitchen table cleaned off and just have to get up that morning and say, "This is the day that I will sew!"

Thanks for the chance to win some great looking fabric.
ttr3@earthlink.net

Judy said...

Hi, I posted on Twitter about this give away. My FACEBOOK page is for family. I guess I need a blogger facebook. And I haven't started a blog because I'm not very interesting!

Judy said...

#3 I am 62 and semi retired and work one day a week. It is very easy to find time to quilt, sew and learn to make bags. I teach my grandchildren to sew or just play with them which is so important. I follow alot of blogs every day, buy way too much fabric and enjoy my sewing room.

phillysblarney said...

The fabric is fabulous. Your Store is fabulous. Hope I win!!!!
lkb_barney@yahoo.com

Marcia W. said...

On the Fabric Quarter's site, I checked out fabrics. I like the 3 bundles of Soul Blossoms by Amy Butler. Thanks for the introduction to a new fabric shop.

Marcia W. said...

I signed up for The Fabric Quarter's newsletter subscription.

Joanna said...

I signed up for the newsletter!

Joanna said...

I try to do a little bit each night after work so the next day I don't sit at work and think...'oh I wish I would have sewed a bit last night'.

PenglipurLara said...

I already subscribed to Fabric Quarter newsletter ....yay! :)

Leena
hmseen{@}gmail{.}com

PenglipurLara said...

I have already LIKE Fabric Quarter Quilt Shop on FB

Leena
hmseen{@}gmail{.}com

Lee said...

I signed up for the newsletter

PenglipurLara said...

I posted a tweet over at my account here http://twitter.com/#!/hmseen

Leena
hmseen{@}gmail{.}com

Bea said...

I think the easiest way for me to make time for crafting is simply to schedule it. I make sure that I have time scheduled daily for me, what I do with that is whatever I want, so sewing, quilting, reading, whatnot. It really helps that, even just 10 minutes, is for me and I don't feel like I go to long without doing something I love.

PenglipurLara said...

I usually sew during weekends after cooking lunch or at night when the house quiets down... :)

Leena
hmseen{@}gmail{.}com

phillysblarney said...

I forgot to tell you that I quilt mainly on the weekends. My favorite time is during long holiday weekends with my sisters or friends. Too much fun!!!!

kristine said...

I liked the Fabric Quarter on Facebook

kristine said...

I signed up for the Fabric Quarter's newsletter

Quilter in the Gap said...

I tweeted about this giveaway

Quilter in the Gap said...

I like The Fabric Quarter on FB

Marcia W. said...

We Liked The Fabric Quarter Quilt Shop on FB as Margaret and Marcia.

Quilter in the Gap said...

I signed up for the newsletter

Quilter in the Gap said...

I am pretty blessed with quilting time because my husband is retired, I only have one child left at home and I can make my hours at work during the week so I am set there. However, the weekends are another subject...don't get to sew much Friday through Sunday but I can live with that!

momma said...

I have liked :)

momma said...

I have subscribed to the newsletter

momma said...

I find time to be crafty, by being crafty and encouraging my family to take time out for their hobbies, so I can be free of guilt, win, win :)
Mommapuddingatgmaildotcom

Cheryl said...

I like the fabric quarter shop on facebook and i singed up for the news letter

Jessica said...

I signed up for the newsletter :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

Jessica said...

I "like" the shop on Facebook :)

Jessica said...

How do I squeeze in time? It takes a lot of planning, that's for sure. Late nights, but I'm happy :)

Bunny said...

I signed up for the newsletter.

Sylvia said...

I try to get a little sewing in in the evenings, and definitely on the weekends!

Elena said...

I fit in sewing time by making sure the hubs is available to watch the pup...and then I lock myself in the sewing room until all hours! :)

WoolenSails said...

For me, I craft first and then find time to cook or clean, they can wait;)

Debbie

Brenda said...

I have liked you on FB

Brenda said...

I twittered about you on follow you on twitter too.

Brenda said...

Signed up for newsletter too

Brenda said...

Finally after years of illness I have the creative jucies flowing again. So I create anytime I can.

Debbie said...

I'm signed up for the Fabric Quarter's newsletter.

Debbie said...

I have my own sewing room, so it's easy to go in even for just 15 minutes at a time and continue where I left off. I make sure that I do something quilt or needlework related every day, even if it's on the computer! That counts for me.

sandra said...

I try to fit in sewing in the spare moments between dinner and bedtime and on weekends when there are no other actvities. I attend a couple of retreats each year for some concentrated project time. I keep hoping these moments will get longer and more frequent!

annmarie said...

I sew every evening from 7 to 10 or 10:30. I watch TV or listen to a book on CD while sewing. I'm retired, so my "chores" are done by then & I can sew away. thanks for the chance to win.

Laura said...

http://hobbyingaround.blogspot.com/2011/02/who-doesnt-like-free-fabric.html

Check out my blog post (URL above) about this giveaway. I LOVE give aways

Laura said...

I liked your facebook page - I love learning new quilting sites!

Laura said...

I signed up for the Fatquarter newsletter

Laura said...

I like to use "invented time" - like today when my work was cancelled b/c of a snow day! I finished a quilt top to my new quilt. =)

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I found the time to be crafty by working my ??? for years and years and years so I could retired and be crafty all of the time!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I am signed up for the Fabric Quarter newsletter!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I follow The Fabric Quarter on Facebook.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I tweeted about this giveaway of my favorite fabrics on Twitter!

beans69 said...

I just signed up for the news letter and fell in love with the Paris by Pink, but it is out of stock. Blues are my new favorite color scheme!
arlene.jakka@gmail.com

AKnativewoman said...

I joined the newsletter - thanks for the opportunity to win!
lvitzthum@alaska.net

AKnativewoman said...

Went the Facebook page and liked it!
lvitzthum@alaska.net

AKnativewoman said...

Shared them on my Facebook page!
lvitzthum@alaska.net

AKnativewoman said...

Since I'm retired, in the winter, I spend as much time as I want, sewing on clothes, mug rugs, and a quilt or two!
lvitzthum@alaska.net

Linda said...

I signed up for Fabric Quarter's newsletter! 8-)

Linda said...

I "Like" Fabric Quarter on Facebook!

Linda said...

I find the time to quilt/sew by not having a husband or any children still at home...8-)

Thanks for the chances to win!

Lolinkins said...

I signed up for the newsletter! And I really really really love this fabric!

Lolinkins said...

I like it on facebook.

Lolinkins said...

My crafting time varies a lot, depending mostly on my work. Sometimes I can spend a whole week sewing and crafting, sometimes just the weekends. What I normally do is not putting away the sewing machine, that way I have it ready for when I have a while.

Little Creatable said...

I am already signed up for the newletter YAY

Little Creatable said...

I have Tweeted and FB'd this info

Little Creatable said...

I liked the FB page (which I somehow missed doing when I signed up for the newsletter).

Little Creatable said...

I try to schedule in time. It's really tough! I didn't realize it would be but I make it happen because I love it.

Karen said...

I've signed up for the newsletter :o) Thank you! Lovely fabrics.

Karen said...

I've 'liked' the facebook page too :o) Thank you.

Karen said...

I have blogged about the giveaway, see here:
http://craftsfromkaren.blogspot.com/2011/02/fabric-giveaway.html

Thank you ;o)

Karen said...

Finding time to be crafty is tough when you have small children (aged 3 and 5), if my chores are done I might squeeze in a bit of quilting when they're at school & pre-school but usually it's after they've gone to bed! ;o)

Caro said...

I put off housework to squeeze in precious sewing time. Ha ha!

Susanne said...

I spend nearly every day for about 1-2h in my sewing room. More time on the weekends. That is the trick :)
Best wishes
Susanne

Stray Stitches said...

I included your giveaway in my blog today:
http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/02/its-animal-day.html

piece peace said...

I signed up for the newsletter. This is my first time to the Fat Quarter's site and it looked great. I will have to go back.

piece peace said...

Being a mom of three little girls under 4, I squeeze in sewing during nap time. I can get 90 minutes on most days. I can't complain!

Kathleen said...

I signed up for the newletter...

Kathleen said...

I LIKED the FB page....

Kathleen said...

I blogged about the giveaway..
http://churchvillelane.blogspot.com

Thank you for a beautiful fabric giveaway...

Kathleen said...

I find time to quilt, sew or to do anything crafty...I prioritize it....LOL...Wendy, I love your website...so beautiful and colorful...I will certainly take advantage of your discount...thanks also to Julie..

Barb in Mi said...

Have signed up for the FQS neswletter a while back - does that mean I am a fabric addict?? Thanks for teh giveaway!

Barb in Mi said...

How to find crafty time: if you love something you just make it happen! Additionally I ditched my TV several years ago which was the beginning of my quilt affair - it is amazing when you don't "need" to watch a show how much time you can find in your day/evening...
Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Bree said...

I signed up for the newsletter :)

Bree said...

I liked the fb page :)

Bree said...

I sneak in a day at my girlfriends house, the little kids play, the big brothers are at school and we take turns getting all our projects done ( and have a good gossip)

Cindy Lou in Georgia said...

I signed up for the newsletter. I like her idea of only having fabric that she loves!!

Cindy Lou in Georgia said...

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Cindy Lou in Georgia said...

I am a stay at home house wife with kids off to college and out of the house. I have all the time in the world after the lawn, pool, house, and grocery shopping is done.

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Kathy H said...

I try and squeeze in crafty time when everyone is busy in the evening after work and school. Everyone usually has some projects to finish up so I get to work on something for myself then too.

Jackie said...

I make time to craft by enforcing an early bed time for my son! ;)

kbgood2 said...

I liked the Fabric Quarter on Facebook. Thank you for the giveaway.

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kbgood2 said...

I do not have much time as I like to work on crafts but I fit them in whenever my hubby is watching TV. I am sewing two Blocks of the Month and trying to get my UFOs completed. I have lots of projects I want to start but I promised myself that I would finish others before starting a new one.

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