Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day so let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway :)

The winner of the Sew Colorful Green Fat Quarter Bundle from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .  Number #10 . . .   Congrats Sally!!!   I have emailed you :)     

  

        
And on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Green Fairy Quilts.  Green Fairy Quilts is your home for pre-cut goodness and they always have amazing sales going on every weekend on a selected pre-cut or notion!!! Right now you can save big on all Fat Quarter Bundles!!!  And did you know that Green Fairy Quilts has a Deal of The Day!!!   Be sure to check those out for some major quilting savings!!!

And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway, Green Fairy Quilts will be giving one lucky reader a Susannas Scraps Jelly Roll by Betsy Chutchian for Moda!!  I love this line and it will make an amazing project.  So much warmth and classic goodness in it ;)  
You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me how you store your quilt scraps??

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Green Fairy Quilts love.   You can Sign up for their Newsletter which I highly recommend as it will ensure you catch all of their amazing sales!!  You can follow them on Twitter or Facebook,  or you can visit the Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Green Fairy Quilt Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, April 16th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!

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258 comments:

  1. I store my <fat quarter size scraps in a small dresser by color. The small bits are getting the best of me. I have a BIG zippered clear bag from Ikea under the cutting table but it is running wild. Time to sort a bit and give to the folks who make dog beds.

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  2. I have my scraps in plastic containers by color. rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  3. I already receive Green Fairy newsletter. rita_l-39212@yahoo.com

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  4. I store my scraps, by color, in a tote; and if they are smaller than a fat quarter, I cute them into 5 inch and 2 1/2 inch squares and put them in tubs. When I find a pattern I want to try, I am ready to begin.

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  5. I signed up for Green Fairy's newsletter and check their daily deal every day.

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  6. I store them in a plastic bag.

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  7. I follow Green Fairy on Instagram. (@grizzlefinch)

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  8. I store my scarps in a large Rubbermaid tub. I have my fabrics sorted in several of them.

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  9. I store my scraps in a roll cart drawer I got from The Container Store.

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  10. I follow Green Fairy via email news letter and FB

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  11. I store some of my scraps in a large tote. Some others like large coordinated pieces are stored in individual zip loc bags.

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  12. I follow on IG and facebook.

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  13. I have see-thru containers on shelves that make it very easy to see what is in my scrap baskets. I also have shelves for each color of fabric, in which I store yardage and fat quarters.

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  14. I have my scraps stored in a three drawer bin separated by "strips" "chunks" and "pre-cut shapes"
    But I also have bags and boxes with tangled scraps that I am trying to tame.

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  15. I store mine in large ziploc bags by color.

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  16. My scraps are in totes. No specific rhyme or reason lol.

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  17. I subscribe to Green Fairy Quilts newsletter

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  18. I keep my scraps in small see thru containers. That way I can see what I have and they stack nicely on the shelf.

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  19. I receive Green Fairy emails with their specials and new products.

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  20. Sort them into colors and store in a file cabinet.

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  21. I save my tiny pieces to make leaders and enders but my other scraps are usually just in a stack of fabric on a shelf

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  22. I follow Green Fairy on IG

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  23. I store my scraps in containers by color.

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  24. I am already signed up for Green Fairy’s newsletter and I follow her on instagram

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  25. I receive green fairy newsletters.

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  26. I store my scraps in bins organized by color.

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  27. I keep my big pieces in plastic drawers, and my smaller pieces in plastic bins.

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  28. I store by size as well as color.

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  29. Any scraps smaller than 10 in. I give to my sister to use, she loves and uses them.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  30. I get the Green Fairy newsletter.
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  31. I store my scraps in small plastic containers by color.

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  32. I receive Green Fairy Quilts' newsletter.

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  33. I do not have much organization. Strings go into two big boxes, one for neutrals and one for everything else. Bigger scraps go into a tote by my cutting table.

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  34. I store my scraps in large ziploc bags by colour family. I don't have many scraps. LOL

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  35. I cut some of my scraps into squares (1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2, 3) and store each size in a clear shoe box labeled with the size of the squares. Bigger scraps go back into the cubbie shelf containing fabrics of the same colorway.

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  36. my fabric scraps are in small baskets by color.

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  37. I like Green Fairy's pattern selection. They have something for everyone.

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  38. get their newsletter and follow them on facebook

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  39. I store my scraps by color and size in big plastic boxes. Great give away!
    Kind greetings Conny

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  40. Every which way you can imagine, although I am trying to get them organized. I would love to win this awesome jelly roll.

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  41. I follow GFQ by e-mail, IG and FB.

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  42. Currently, I store my scraps by color in little baskets that look like the wooden baskets used to gather fruit. They are too small! I either need to make more scrap quilts or get bigger baskets!

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  43. I store my scraps that are all cut in plastic shoe box style containers. Then I have a three-drawer container of those scraps that need to be trimmed and sorted. (bgagnon905@earthlink.net)

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  44. I signed up for their newsletter, liked their fb page and checked out their webpage.

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  45. If I have been diligent and cut my scraps to size, they are stored in baggies by sixe. If not, they are all jumbled in a tote! :)
    Sandy A

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  46. I store my scraps in shoe box sized clear containers by color. I also have some smaller scraps sorted by color or style (30's or batiks) in baskets.

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  47. I receive the Green Fairy Quilts email newsletter.

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  48. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Facebook and get their newsletter!
    Sandy A

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  49. Scraps are stored by color in a plastic shoe box. I've filled 8!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  50. I receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. Love Betsy Chutchian!
    basaran.family (at) rogers (dot) com

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  51. I sort my scraps by size and store in plastic shoeboxes.

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  52. I follow Green Fairy on Facebook and get their newsletter. Great shop. elaine530@centurylink.net

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  53. I am on Green Fairy's list. I like the broad assortment of layer cakes.

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  54. When I have too many scraps I purge. I must be ruthless and brutally honest with myself. I just gave a bag full of treasure to a sewing buddy. She makes crumb quilts!
    I have also donated scraps to a womans prison.

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  55. I receive Green Fairy Quilts newsletter and I have purchased from them a few times. Thank you.

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  56. Most of my scraps are stored in a rolling caddy-type storage bin. It works fine for me in my laundry room. I have other larger fabric pieces in containers under the bed.

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  57. I have lots of materials, not so much scraps right now. umkulthum@yahoo.com

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  58. I keep small scraps in a box, or in a stack in a fabric cupboard. I used to think I might use small scraps someday, but now I have a more realistic view of it. I need a friend who makes "crumb" quilts!

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  59. I keep scraps in plastic boxes, sorted by color.

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  60. I signed up for their newsletter.

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  61. My scraps are all jumbled together in one big box

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  62. I sort my scraps by color in see through containers

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  63. I store my scraps in large drawers .

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  64. I receive the Green Fairy newsletter.

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  65. I store my scraps by color in several different small bins.

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  66. I store my scraps sorted by color in piles on shelves. I like to see them.

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  67. I store my scraps in 18 gallon rubbermaid tubs.

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  68. I store my scraps in several baskets that are cut into sizes I use most often (1" to 5") or in colors if they are larger scraps ...

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  69. I am ordering some pre-cuts today that are in my shopping cart. I've shopped with Green Fairy for a very long time. Prices and services are great. I get their email through another mail service.

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  70. My scraps are in clear shoe boxes by size. Well, except for 2 boxes that need to be trimmed to the scrap saver system. 😉

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  71. I get the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

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  72. I have one small bin and one shoe box. That's the extent. Once they are full I try to use them.

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  73. I store my scraps in bins - one for selvages, one for strips, and one for 6" or smaller squares. Bigger pieces are stored in stacks in a drawer with FQ. I haven't finished a lot of projects so my scraps are not overwhelming ... yet. :)

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  74. I already follow Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram and I get their newsletter.

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  75. My fabric scraps are stored in clear plastic drawers using Bonnie Hunter's system. Thanks for the chance to win a great jelly roll.

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  76. I am already signed up for GFQ Newsletter. Thanks again.

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  77. I love seeing all the newest precuts they have to offer.

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  78. All over the place! Lol seriously though, they are here and there in bins, drawers, bags. It’s not the ideal method, especially when I am trying to find something specific. Every year I try to reorganize and destash which helps.

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  79. I follow Green Fairy via newsletter emails.

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  80. I have a tote full of larger scraps and two! totes
    of smaller scraps. I can't use them up fast enough!

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  81. On a good day I store them by color. On a hectic day, I toss them into a big wicker basket with a kiss and a promise to sort them later.

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  82. I receive--and love--the GF newsletter.

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  83. I have a 3 drawer organizer that I throw them into. sometimes I even have a chance to sort them a bit by colour or size.

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  84. Ziplock bags. I'm new at quilting so I don't have a whole lot.

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  85. I follow Green Fairy by email.

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  86. I store my small scraps in a zip lock bag. Anything layer cake size or bigger gets folded with the rest of my stash.

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  87. I show Green Fairy love by following them on Instagram. 😊

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  88. I made boxes from a pattern in Sunday morning quilts. I have one for almost every color. I than have ziplocks with different sizes in those boxes.

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  89. I signed up for their email.

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  90. I store my scraps in bins, shelves, shoe hangers and a closet.

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  91. I store my scraps in bins according to color.

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  92. I signed up for the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.
    I already follow them on facebook.

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  93. I store my scraps in bin with lid. I put some in zippy bags in there as well. Enjoy your day! :-) :-) angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  94. I receive Green Fairy Quilts emails. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom :-) :-)

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  95. I store lengths of fabric (one eighth inch and up) by hanging them from hangers, with smaller scraps folded onto a small shelf. Small strings go into a box.

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  96. I store scraps in a plastic bag.

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  97. Following Green Fairy Quilts on FB.

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  98. Well, I'm am fairly new to quilting, self taught, and was storing them in a rum of paper box. I've made 10 quilts plus 1 crazy quilt that I used most of my scraps on. I come from the generation of waste not, want not!

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  99. I have a scrap wicker basket for generic scraps. I also have zip lock bags for specific scraps for upcoming projects like a log cabin quilt, HST quilt, a quilt from a scrap purchase.

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  100. I have a scrap basket for tiny pieces but larger scraps get folded and displayed!

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  101. I get GFQ newsletter by email!

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  102. wow
    I reallly really enjoyed reading all of these comments. Great storage ideas.
    I have about 5 very large boxes of scraps.
    It is time for me to go through these boxes and find what is useful and give them to my friend close by that has a sewing school and a shop.
    I keep bringing her fabric and she always seems appreciative but I think she is just being nice hahahaha

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  103. I store my scraps in pub mix canisters from Costco

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  104. I love Green Fairy Quilts and follow them on Twitter and Facebook. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  105. I store my quilting scraps in a plastic tub. mtmom57@gmail.com

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  106. I store my scraps in a plastic drawer system under my sewing counter.

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  107. I store my scraps in an old cabinet.

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  108. I get the green fairy newsletter

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  109. I store my scraps in bins by color.

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  110. I store my scraps by size in pretty bowls that match my quilt room colors.

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  111. When I visited Green Fariy I was so happy to find the pre-cuts of Nuno by Debbie Maddy! Already placed an order!

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  112. I visited the shop. I love the Bloc-loc rulers in the clearance section.

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  113. I put all my scraps into a bin... its not very organized :)

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  114. I get the Green Fairy newsletter! tks!

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  115. I sort strips by widths, by color into plastic shoe boxes. Other musc sizes by color only.

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  116. I follow Green Fairy on Facebook also

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  117. Still a little bewildered by what to do with scraps. Should I cut them? If so, how do I know what size? So presently they are stored in plastic containers kinda, sorta by color.

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  118. I store my quilting scraps in shoe box plastic bins and the flatter project boxes.

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  119. I signed up for news letter. Am pretty excited. Love reading all things fabric, quilting, and sewing. I shared on Facebook a half square triangle block loc ruler which I will be purchasing. Pretty excited about that as well.

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  120. I store my scraps in clear shoe box size plastic containers! Thank you, Susan

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  121. I follow Green Fairy by email newsletter! Thank you, Susan

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  122. Signed up for the newsletter. Store scraps by size in labeled coordinated photo boxes.

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  123. I store scraps in clear plastic boxes by color

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  124. I already get Green Fairy's newsletter

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  125. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on IG and FB.

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  126. I store my smaller scraps all together in a plastic tub and I put my larger ones in clear bags or drawers with fabircs of similar color.

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  127. I follow on fb and newsletter. Been a fan since I "discovered" her on quiltingboard.

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  128. I usually have at least quarter to half yard pieces left from my quilts. If I have smaller, leftover pieces, I fold them into the larger pieces of the same fabric and put them by color on my shelves. Any small loner goes in a 2 gallon baggie for applique. That way, if I want to use a piece for a project, I know just how much I have, without having to look in a box or bag, hoping to find just a bit more.

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  129. I Receive newsletter and follow them on FB

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  130. Ha ha, I have a laundry basket where I toss them, no rhyme or reason, just in they go.

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  131. I store scraps in Rubbermaid’s.

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  132. I follow green fairy on IG and get their emails.

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  133. For the most part my scraps are in a bag because once a year a group of us get together and sew string quilts for donation.

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  134. I already receive Green Fairy's newsletter. Great store.

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  135. My storage changes from month to month. LOL It depends on what i'm working on, and how many containers I've dragged out of the closet. I store nearly everything in plastic containers, but some are in the collapsible bins from the dollar store in my shelves. Two things I'm working on from scraps are in a cardboard box that water comes in. My mom used to do the same thing, but I think hers must have held canned goods.

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  136. I follow Green Fairy Quilts by email and FB.

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  137. I store scraps by color in plastic bags (cut in squares and strips); then in see through bind

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  138. I store small ones in a bin. Bigger scraps go back with their color.

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  139. I have a bunch of clear plastic totes that I store my scraps.

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  140. I sotre some some by cutting them down to 2.5, 4", and 5" strips and pieces and store them by size in different containers.

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  141. I follow Green Fairy quilts through their newsletter.

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  142. Signed up for the newsletter. Super cute shop!

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  143. I keep scraps in vintage tin boxes and all over by sewing room in piles. I really need to get organized! :}

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  144. I store my strings and crumbs in bins for a long-term string quilt I'm making. Otherwise, I keep 2 1/2 squares and triangles in their own bins. Bigger pieces are just folded and put away.

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  145. I have signed up for Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. Looking forward to seeing their daily deals.

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  146. I store my scraps in smaller baskets by sizes - mainly 1.5 to 4.5. Each receives its own basket except my 1.5 - it has two - plus some cute jars filled with squares :)! I just can't seem to throw them away - now to creatively use them up.

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  147. I store all my fabrics in a clear totes, easy to see & everything for a project is together.

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  148. I signed up for the newsletter

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  149. I store my small scraps in bags and my larger scraps in boxes.

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  150. I signed up for Green Fairy's newsletter and I follow them on Facebook.

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  151. I don't have too many scraps right now, but I just have them together in one plastic tote.
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  152. I get the green fairy newsletter
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  153. I store my scraps in 6 color coded fabric boxes from Target that fit perfectly on a small bookshelf in my sewing room. I have another bin for 1.5” strips and a drawer for 2.5” strips.

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  154. I store my scraps by color in plastic tubs
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  155. They are everywhere! I have layer cakes in a basket. Charm packs in another basket and 2 totes with scraps.

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  156. Plastic bins, drawers from Michaels and any nook and cranny I can find in my sewing room. They are everywhere!!

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  157. I love how Green Fairy Quilts display the entire thumbnail of the collection right on the front page!!

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  158. I receive Green Fairy's newsletter!
    Duchick at gmail dot com

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  159. I am one of those who throw all fabric scraps into one big basket. Someday, I'll get it organized....or used up!
    Duchick at gmail dot com

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  160. I store all my scraps in large zipper plastic bedding bags in color co-ordination. These bags are great for storing and stacking in shelving in large closet.

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  161. No 171 comment is from Mariemay, Fall River, Nova Scotia, CA
    Not used to posting online......but love your website.

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  162. I like to store my scraps in large apothecary jars. They sit on the shelves of my sewing room and I enjoy the colors. I also like to save the large plastic containers from things like bulk cheese balls! jlindstrand@carolina.rr.com

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  163. I store my scraps in totes by color or by designer. I will cut the smaller ones into 5-and 2 1/2- inch squares someday . . .

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  164. I get the Green Fairy quilts newsletter, and I love their sales and Daily Deals. They always have a wide variety of precuts available.

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  165. As I've been cleaning up my sewing room(s) for a move, I have found I had scraps everywhere! So I've bought a cart and will sort them by colour in my new space.

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  166. I subscribe to the Green Fairy newsletter.

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  167. My scraps are stored in boxes and lined up standing sideways by color and folded like fat quarters if they are big enough. Small pieces just thrown in a box. Those are ot very organized.

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  168. I store my scraps in clear plastic bins from the dollar store...I really want to sort them by color but haven't done it yet!!

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  169. My scraps are in color labeled bins. My strings are in overflowing open baskets!

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  170. I follow Green Fairy everywhere!

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  171. I store mine in 2 gallon ziploc bags, and then in storage boxes.

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  172. I follow Green Fairy on Twitter :-)

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  173. I store my scraps in big Rubbermaid containers, strings in open cloth containers under my cutting table....and some strewn around the room!

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  174. I just visited Green Fairy and signed up for their newsletter AND bought two layer cakes on sale. WOW!!!

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  175. I store my scraps in plastic containers by size.

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  176. I follow Green Fairy by email.

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  177. I am in the process of cutting all my scraps (30+ years worth) into precut sizes e.g., fq, 2.5" strips, and 10, 5 and 2.5 " squares. Then they are stored by precut size.

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  178. I store my scraps in a large shopping bag. When is is full I make 7 inch string blocks. I keep base squares cut.

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  179. Mostly store by color in clear totes.I especially like 5" cuts for HST's

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  180. Started organizing by size/color, but I still have a bunch, not done, thrown in a bin. One day!

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  181. My quilt scraps are stored in clear bins according to colors.

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  182. I follow Judi’s blog and receive the newsletters.

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  183. I follow GFQ by email, FB. IG

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  184. I have been reorganizing my sewing loft since I finally got to move into it a few months back. I started by cutting my scraps into usable sizes and shapes and then put each size and shape in a plastic shoe box labeled for what is inside. I will then put them all on shelves that are still downstairs waiting...

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  185. I signed up for Green Fairy Quilts newsletter!

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  186. I store and group my scraps by project in zip lock bags. That way it is easy to see which colors group well together.

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  187. I've sewing a lot lately and just throw strips and scraps into a large bin. Someday I hope to make a string quilt.

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  188. I love the new fabric line by Kate Spain called Calypso.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa