Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!

 It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!! Let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!  
The winner of the  Fat Quarter Bundle of Apricot and Ash from Fat Quarter Shop is . . .   Number #27  . . . Congrats floribunda!!  I have messaged 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!!!   And did you know that Green Fairy Quilts has a Deal of The Day, I just love these!!!    And right now, Green Fairy has 9 sales all rolled into one amazing week!!!  You can save big on Notions (including my favorite Bloc Loc rulers), Fat Eighths, Books, Honey Buns, Quilt Kits, Magnifico Thread, Paper Patterns, Mini Charms and Half Yard Bundles!!!!  Time to stock up!!!

And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway, Green Fairy Quilts will be giving one lucky reader 3 Moda Scrap Bags!!!  These bags are filled with Scrappy Goodness of some of your favorite Moda Lines, and it will be such a fun surprise to see which ones you get!!!!  



You have two entry chances here on the blog, 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 if you have made an all scrap quilt and if so, what was it??  (I love making scrap quilts and have made lots, but you sure can't tell by looking at my scrap drawers :) 

 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 Instagram 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, October 20th, when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

You can also pop over to my Instagram and/or Facebook to enter there as well :)  

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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272 comments:

  1. My very first quilt was all scraps. Scraps make it into every quilt I make.

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  2. I’ve made a scrappy tumbler quilt and a scrappy pineapple block quilt. I’m currently working on a string quilt with my black, white, grey, and red scraps.

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  3. I get Green Fairy Quikts newsletter and I follow them on Instagram.

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  5. Wow!Love surprise bags great giveaway. Have not made anything from scraps yet,but would love to.

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  6. I am a Green Fairy newsletter subscriber and love their products and service!
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  7. Yes, I have made several scrappy projects, mostly baby size or table runners. My favorites are made with half log cabin blocks.
    duchick at gmail dot com

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  8. I've made many scrap quilts. My favorite was made with 3 inch 9 patches. It is so colorful.

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  9. I get Green Fairy's newsletter.

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  10. I have made a scrappy quilt, it was a mystery quilt block of the month our guild was doing, it was fun to make.

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  11. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram. And I just got my first Moda scrap bags. Wow they are fantastic. I’m making a log cabin quilt with two of the bags.

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

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  13. I follow Green Fairy Quilts! I have made a few all scrap quilts, they're my favorite! My favorite one was the string quilt I made.

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  14. I have made a couple of scrap quilts. Placemats and table runners.

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  15. I made a king size log cabin quilt, hand stitched, all from scraps. I love working from scraps.

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  16. I receive Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

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  17. I have not made an all scrap quilt. Most of the time I use precuts and make a quilt that uses all or almost all of the pack or precuts. If there is any left over I incorporate whatever might be left over into the binding or the back so I really don’t have scraps left over. Then whatever little scraps I might have left, I use them in machine embroidery for machine appliqué later. I guess some of the quilts I have made might look scrappy though because of using charm packs with all of the different fabrics in a particular line. Not sure if that counts though since they are all coordinated by the designer to go together. Thanks Melissa for the opportunity to win in the give away! Love this idea of lots of scraps since I really don’t have that much in the way of scraps!

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  18. The first quilt I made was from my mom's sewing scrap bin.

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  19. I have not made a completely scrappy quilt but really need to do so as I have way too many scraps!

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  20. love Green Fairy Quilts,get newsletter, follow FB and IG

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  21. Thanks for telling me about Green Fairy. 🙂 I have made 2 Bonnie Hunter scrap quilts, they are my favorite!

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  22. I have not made an all scrap quilt. I am a newer quilter, and really do not have a very big stash yet.

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  23. Following green fairy quilts on Instagram.

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  24. I have made an all scraps quilt--it was a mystery quilt by "My Carolina Home".Love scrap quilts and the Moda scraps would be fun--Thanks for the chance!!
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  25. I receive Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.
    barbkaup(at)(yahoo)(dot)(com)

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  26. I receive Green Fairy Quilts and have ordered from them quite a few times. Thank you.

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  27. I have made a couple of scrap quilts. I really should make some more because I have accumulated a good bit of scraps. Thank you.

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  28. Love to do 2.5 inch stamp quilts with my scraps. They go together fast and taking no thinking.

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  29. I follow Green Fairy on IG and via email.

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  30. I have never made a scrap quilt. I had a large bag of scraps that I used for some projects but when I moved I just got rid of it. Just too much to move.

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  31. I'm working on a scrap quilt right now!Using bits and pieces of leftovers from previous quilts.

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  32. Working on my 1st now. A string quilt. have 20 more 6 1/2" blocks to do , then on to sashing, borders and quilting.
    Have to decrease all those strips I have been collecting for 20 yrs.

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  33. I am in the process of making an all scraps quilt. It uses 2.5" squares of scraps grouped by color. It will be king-size and will have scraps from most of the quilts I've made. I started it over 2 years ago and it is still unfinished :-)

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  34. The only one I can think of that was really all scraps was a very miniature (about 4"x6") for a dollhouse.

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  35. I follow Green Fairy on Instagram.

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  36. I have never made an all scrap quilt. However I am currently saving 2 1/2 " squares to make one. I got lucky & just found some squares at a garage sale to add to the collection.

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  37. I have not made a scrap quilt yet as I am still building my stash! Email is steppannie@hotmail.com

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  38. I follow green fairy quilts on instagram and have gotten their newsletter for a long time! Green fairy quilts is my online store that I always go to first when looking for new lines of fabric!!! Love it! Steppannie@hotmail.com

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  39. lots of mine are , just trying to reduce the piles!

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  40. I love scrappy quilts and recycled clothing quilts. I made Smokey mountain stars from Bonnie hunters free pattern using thrifted shirts.

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  41. I just finished my first string quilt and can't wait to start the next!
    joybeth54@gmail.com

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  42. My first scrap quilt was Orca Bay by Bonnie Hunter although I had to buy fabric to make it scrappy.😳 Susan. York6811@gmail.com

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  43. My tumbler quilt used in the tv room is all scraps. I tried for randomness and it's funny how that led to many of the same color blocks next to each other!

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  44. I follow Green Fairy by email.

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  45. Just finished cutting up stash for Bonnie’s Nearly LeMoyne pattern. York6811@gmail.com

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  46. I have not made a scrap quilt. I like to plan out my patterns and colors so I'm not sure I'd be able to make one.

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  47. I follow Green Fairy by email and instagram.

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  48. I made a scrappy trip around the world quilt.

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  49. Oh but this is a fun idea for a give a way. No sadly I have not made a scrap quilt yet. I have made scrap table runners and scrap placemats though.
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  50. I follow them with their newsletter and on FB
    quilting dash lady at comcast dot net

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  51. I am a scrappy girl and have been forever! I have made many scrappy quilts and love string and crumb quilting.

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  52. I am in the process of making a Plaid Quilt - a free pattern from Kitchen Table Quilting

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  53. My scrappy quilt was a "scraptastic stars" made for my baby girl... Who is 2 now.... May be time to bust the stash again.

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  54. I had left over pink and lavender flora prints from twin girls baby quilts. I used them to make little row house blocks. Added some shade trees here and there and "grass" between the rows. I called it "Sheltered at home Coronavirus April 2020."

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  55. I've made scrap quilts for each of my grandchildren. I used lots of half square triangles surrounding embroidered ABC blocks.

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  56. I love shopping a GFQ. I follow them and get emails.

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  57. I get GFQs instagram and emails.

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  58. Ive made scrappy quilts. Latest is a string one.

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  59. I went onto the Green Fairy site and thoroughly enjoyed browsing around there. I learned something new - I knew about Judi Marsden but didn't make the connection about her and Green Fairy. Duh, right?

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  60. Most of my quilts are scrappy. My favorite is the Log Cabin.

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  61. I am making a string quilt now that is all scraps. It is not my first one. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  62. I get Green Fairy Newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  63. I have not made an entire quilt from scraps, but I do love using Moda scrap bags!

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  64. I receive Green Fairy’s newsletter and check their website every morning to see the Deal of the Day.

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  65. I have not made an entire scrap quilt but I have made some scrappy projects!

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  66. I'm currently making a scrappy string quilt. A few years ago, it was fun swapping 2 1/2" squares with guild members to make 9 patches.

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  67. I get the green fairy newletter!

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  68. I've followed GFQ by email for several years.

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  69. Scrap quilts are such fun, so I have made several. My scrappy Log Cabin is my favorite! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  70. I jumped onto the Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt train a couple of years ago and I've been hooked on scrap quilting ever since!

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  71. I have signed up to Green Fairy Quilts emails.

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  72. I've been following Green Fairy Quilts via their newsletter for years ~ love their shop!

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  73. Scrap quilts are my favourite quilts to make. My best scrap quilt is using the pattern delectable mountains with a white background and all the pieces to the delectable mountains done in scrap.

    lin.web.28@gmail.com

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  74. I am working on a scrap quilt and it is a string quilt. Unfortunately I think I have left my strings laid together in a been too long for them because they seem to be multiplying! LOL but I’m having a lot of fun with it anyway

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  75. I have received the green fairy quilts newsletter for many years, have ordered from them multiple times, and I also follow them on Instagram. They are an awesome company to work with and have great customer service and I like anything they have!

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  76. Almost all of my quilts are scrap quilts.

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  77. I follow Green Fairy on FB and receive their emails.

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  78. I follow Green Fairy on Instagram@carollovestoquilt
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  79. I have not made a scrappy quilt as of now. Who knows what the future holds, lol
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  80. I visited the Green Fairy Quilts website and saw a gorgeous array of beautiful Aurifil kits.

    lin.web.28@gmail.com

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  81. I haven't made a scrappy quilt yet...I don't have enough scraps yet :)

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  82. And...I love Green Fairy Quilts...I get their newsletter, and have ordered before on one of their amazing sales and shipping was so quick!!

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  83. I haven't made a scrap quilt yet but would like to.

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  84. I get the newsletter from Green Fairy Quilts.

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  85. I have Not made a scrappy quilt. I cant wait to start!

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  86. I signed up for The Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

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  87. Scrappy quilts are the best! I’ve made a few!

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  88. I love making scrappy quilts and have gotten great fabrics from those wonderful scrap bags!

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  89. I have several all scrap quilts. I have made several of Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilts and have also taken a couple classes with her and made a couple of quilts from her books..all scraps!

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  90. I follow GFQ on FB, and get their newsletter.

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  91. More often my quilts are scrappy than not. So fun. Thanks.

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  92. I follow GFQ by email and shop often. They are my layer cake to go. Thanks.

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  93. Unfortunately, the only real scrap quilts I have made so far are the first two, which I designed myself. I have made many "controlled scrappy" quilts though and would love to be able to make some more real scrappy ones soon. I love those type of scrap bags!

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  94. I follow Green Fairy Quilts by e-mail and on IG.

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  95. I love the green fairy. I love the Moda northern lights fabrics
    I made 6 scrap quilts during the COVID items. Some taught by Gyleen Fitzgerald on Facebook. I still can't tell a difference in my scrap drawers and string bins. :(

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  96. I have made a few scrap quilts, and I'm working on one now. Recently, when we evacuated in advance of a local wildfire, the only one of my quilts I took with me was a log cabin quilt I made of scraps of fabric from all the quilts I had made prior to that one; it is a treasure and I felt that if I had that with me I would have a memento of so many quilts.

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  97. I love Green Fairy Quilts! They offer such high quality fabrics and provide excellent customer service. I follow them many ways; my favorites are through their newsletter and on Instagram.

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  98. I've made many acrap quilts from men's shirts cut up to gifts.

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  99. I started making an all scrap lap quilt for my cousin as a birthday present, but it just didn’t look good, so I had to scrap that idea and make something totally different.

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  100. One of my most favorite quilts is my crazymomquilt’s scrap vortex!

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  101. I am already getting email newsletters from Green Fairy Quilts.

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  102. I am new to quilting since I retired a few years ago, so I am slowly building my reserves. I think I love scrappy quilts the best though.

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  103. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram and I subscribe to their newsletters/sales.

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  104. I love Green Fairy Quilts, I've followed them for years!

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  105. I've made a double irish chain with scraps, it was a winner!

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  106. I’ve made many all scrappy quilts. I particularly love the Bonnie Hunter designs!

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  107. I subscribe to the GFQ newsletter by email.

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  108. I have not made a scrappy quilt yet.

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  109. I've never made a scrappy quilt but it is on my list to do!

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  110. I haven't made a scrappy quilt yet but I have plenty of scraps to start one! or two ;)

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  111. One day! I always check my scraps first, but seems I usually need to purchase a bit to fill in the gaps - or a background or border fabric.

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  112. I receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter by email. Thanks for the chance!

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  113. I have not made an all scrap quilt yet. I hope to. Enjoy your day. 🌻 angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  114. I receive Green Fairy Quilts emails & newsletters. They are an awesome company. angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom 🍃🍂

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  115. I have made several scrappy quilts. Some were made to use as I practiced my machine quilting and freemotion skills. Right now, I’m working on a Carolina Chain scrappy quilt and I love how it’s turning out.

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  116. I love making scrappy quilts, we have two on our bed

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  117. I have "not" made an all scrap quilt but I am stock-piling scrap strips for a stitch & flip quilt!!
    I like Green Fairy quilts on Facebook:-(

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  118. I haven’t made a scrap quilt yet
    Ksmith8@emich.edu

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  119. I get the newsletter ksmith8@emich.edu

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  120. I have not made a scrap quilt yet but I do plan to make one sometime as I have lots of scraps and bonus triangles.

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  121. I receive the Green Fairy quilts newsletter. They have the best sales and I have always received everything in a timely manner and it is always quality.

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  122. I haven't made an all scraps quilt yet - I only started quilting at the beginning of 2020 so I don't have a very robust scrap collection yet. At the rate I'm going though, I soon will!

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  123. I follow their
    Facebook page.
    Carla from Utah

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  124. I have never made
    a quilt but I love
    sewing up bags and
    containers.
    Carla from Utah

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  125. I already subscribe to the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. Their sale prices can't be beat! :)

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  126. My leader ender project this year is all from scraps. I just finished a wonky courthouse steps top and I've started another one.

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  127. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Facebook and Instagram.

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  128. I have made several quilts using my stash, various patterns. Cutting strips now to make a log cabin.

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  129. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on IG and get their newsletter and sale info by email. I have purchased from them many times, especially thread when it's on sale. Great site!

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  130. I have made several all scrap quilts.

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  131. I already get Green Fairy Quilts e-mail newsletters

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  132. Almost all of my quilts are scraps! Even the queen size ocean waves.

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  133. I have made 3 scrap quilts so far: Spider (can't remember the whole name), Plaidish, and a strip quilt. So much fun!

    jhb5575@google.com

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  134. I already subscribe to Green Fairy Quilts. I love their wool grab bag!

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  135. I visited the Green Fairy site and I especially loved the Aloha Batik Jelly Roll. What a beautiful quilt those fabrics would make!

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  136. I've made String Quilts with scraps! The one with black and white polka dot sashing between the blocks was my favorite!

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  137. I am a huge scrap quilt fan. It can be string quilts, crumb quilts or just squares. Thay are my favorites.

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  138. I already receive Green Fairy's newsletter and follow on FB.

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  139. I have made several scrap quilts, but don't remember any specific names of the quilts. Some were Kim Diehl, others were from magazines, books, etc.

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  140. Sadly I have not made an all scrap quilt although I am building a purposeful “scrap stash” so I can do that!

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  141. I have made small projects with scraps, but nothing as large as a quilt yet!

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  142. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram.

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  143. I visited the Green Fairy shop for the first time and holy cow! Not only do they have my favorite Superior Threads but they are literally right next door to them! That is so cool!

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  144. I only make scrappy quilts. They are more real!

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  145. I am already a follower of Green Fairy and LOVE their scrap bags. Worth every penny!

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  146. I have made several scrappy nine patch quilts. And I still have an overflowing scrap basket. But I'd still love these Moda strips :)

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  147. I follow Green Fairy quilts on Instagram and Facebook.

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  148. I have made a rainbow scrap quilt for the last 7 years. Last year's was bow ties and now I'm getting towards the end of my bead blocks top.

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  149. I have made several all scrappy quilts including the tetris quilt along you did several years ago.

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  150. I follow green fairy on Instagram

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  151. I love scrap quilts! My 2 favorites are a string quilt I just finished and a bow tie that I'm currently working on.

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  152. I visit GF every morning to check out the daily deal!

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  153. I have made several scrap quilts. Many were Bonnie Hunter quilts. Some just the kitchen sink kid of using it up methods. I have a pile os scraps now I need to cut down into usable sizes. That is always a chore and I wish I was better doing that as I make the scraps (sigh)

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  154. I get Green Fairys emails. I have had my eyes on the bloc loc sets ( such a great deal there).

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  155. Yes!! I made your scrappy triple irish chain for my son's college graduation in green, grey and white!! Much to his and my disappointment, I haven't quilted it yet--it's huge!!
    Thank you!

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  156. I'm starting to follow by email!

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  157. Oh yes, I have made many all scrap quilts! Log cabins numerous times plus a bunch of other designs.

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  158. I have made a few scrappy quilts, but have always added from my stash.. Does that count? I usually take part in the Bonnie Hunter mystery which is a great way to bust some stash!!

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  159. I get the Green Fairy newsletter.

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  160. I made scrappy trip around the world.

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  161. Scrap quilts are cool. I've been collecting my scraps for awhile and will get started on a scrap quilt after the Christmas gifts are done.

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  162. The Malibu Batiks Fat Quarter Bundle is now on my wish list.

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  163. I have made many scrap quilts- many!

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  164. I get GFQ emails and have ordered from them as well. Fast shipping!

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  165. Moda scrap bags are such an inexpensive alternative method of buying fabric . I'm a customer if GFQ for yrs now.

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  166. I have made an all scrap quilt - a flannel rag quilt. It turned out not too bad looking. Thanks!

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  167. I receive the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. Thanks!

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  168. Scrappy Quilts are one of my "GoTo" quilt sales for donations quilts. Either scrappy strings quilts or patchwork square quilts they are filled with visual interest that will brighten anyone's day. I am currently working on a scrappy 9 patch that will have scrappy sashing that will be part of our Seniors for Christmas gifting event.
    D. Weeks ( aka Momma Llama)

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  169. I have followed Green Fairy Quilts for quite a while and have purchased several patterns and 2 of the the Glide 60 thread sets that Judi sells. The threat is the only thread that I use on my Janome long arm.
    D. Weeks (aka Momma Llama)

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  170. I can't seem to let go with scrappy. I overthink it too much.

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  171. I receive GFQ newsletter under sewnana. Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  172. Yes, I have made a couple of scrappy quilts. Both were Irish Chain.

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  173. I enjoy making controlled scrappy projects! My favorite has been a runner made w EPP hexie flowers.
    I also get the Green Fairy newsletters. They are a great company to order from.

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  174. I receive Green Fairy's newsletter.

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  175. Hi! I have made a Christmas scrap quilt. After making several Christmas quilts for family, I cut 5 inch squares and made a MSQC charmed on point. I do love Green Fairy and I already get the newsletter. Great daily deals.

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  176. Yes I make lots of scrap quilts to donate, all different patterns are used. Some are just string quilts and these scrap bags would be awesome for that!!

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  177. I have made scrap quilts, I think these scrap bags will be great to add variety to your quilts.

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  178. I already am subscribed to Green Fairy Quilts newsletter.

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  179. I haven’t made a quilt yet with all scraps. I will definitely start saving up my scraps now. Sounds so fun!!

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  180. I recently got into quilting and have made 2 quilts. I haven’t collected enough scraps to make a quilt. Definitely plan to when I collect enough scraps. Quilting has become my life saver during this pandemic.

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

Melissa