Monday, January 9, 2012

GIVEAWAY...FIVE fat quarters...

today is
"Guess The Picture"

So to enter to WIN the FIVE FAT Quarters,
TWO things to do:
please email your answers
(don't put your answers in your comments)

AND... please, leave a comment
about why YOU like FAT quarters.







~~ Game ends Saturday Jan 14th midnight MT ~~

Dear Bloggie Game Players...Mystery Monday
is just for FUN.  Take a minute, take a stab at
the answers...and email your guesses.  EEZA ok
if your answers aren't all correct.  =)

*must be a follower to win

 to the winner of
Mystery Monday January 2nd!

Kristen Virginia can visit her


***Something fun is going to happen
on this Saturday's blog post!  Hope you'll stop by and
check things out on Saturday Jan 14th. 
GIVEAWAYS?  I'm thinking....YEP!!


B Greene said...

I love Fat Quarters because they allow you to build up a stash of a variety of fabrics quickly... and the are just so darn cute!

robin said...

I like fat quarters because they're fat (as opposed to just cutting 1/4 yard the "long way"). ;)

Vroomans' Quilts said...

As a scrap quilter, FQs are my yardage. They can give you a rainbow of color choices in your stash - and sometimes give you room to express a little whimsy or small project that's outside your comfort zone without a lot of expense.

Miki Willa said...

I like fat quarters because they allow me to build my stash at an affortable rate. My stash is mostly fat quarters.

Jocelyn said...

I like fat quarters because I can pick up a variety of fabrics to mix and match. They are great for adding that something extra to a quilt.

Ann Marie @ 16 Muddy Feet said...

I love fat quarters because you can get lots of different fabrics to help build your stash. I haven't found a pattern yet that the top could not be pieced using fat quarters. They stack neatly on the shelf too.

Kristen said...

I love fat quarters because I win them from Annie! Woo hoo! Thanks so much!

Seriously, I like them because they're so versatile. Last year, Pieceful Living had this great post about what you can cut from a FQ, and now I just love doing that with extras that come my way. Not to mention that they are great for any kinds of templates or shapes, and they are cheaper than a half yard cut of fabric!

Thanks again!

Lisa said...

There are just so many things you can do with fat quarters! I love them for their versatility.

Michelle McCray said...

Great way to add variety to my stash :o)

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

More fun at your blog! Looking forward to Saturday already :)

Marcia W. said...

I enjoy using a wide variety of fabrics in quilts and fat quarters are great for this. Some folks don't like fq bundles of collections, yet I do. I'm color challenged and so it helps me mix and match without stress. I emailed my answers for this week (follower).
On a different subject, think I gained 10 pounds looking at your family's wonderful Christmas breakfast!

quilary said...

Fat quarters let you try a bit of the range before you buy more. One FQ can make a lovely long lot of binding. You can make an entire quilt out of several FQ's. Thanks for the chance :)

Barb Neiwert said...

I do love fat quarters! Fat quarters are the only way to go when you can't quite decide which fabric would work best with all the other fabrics you happened to have left at home! Along with your shopping list, of course....

From the heart designs by BJ said...

I love how you are such a giver!
Thanks for all that you do for others.

Eat Sleep Quilt said...

I make scrappy quilts, so sometimes fat quarters are just large enough to get the variety of fabrics you need!

Sheila said...

I like fat quarters because I can have more variety in my stash for the money. You got me on this Mystery Monday. I'm stumped :D

Rhonda said...

I LOVE fat quarters because I can mix and match so many fabrics for all types of projects without the expense of buying larger yardage. Yes I am a follower.

Chiska said...

I love the variety you can have with them.

Miss Hillbilly said...

I am so glad to be back in blog land because I love your mystery Monday. Have you seen my Creation Station with the rainbow of FQ's on the wall? Talk about inspiration!!

The Village Queen said...

I like fat quarters cause you can try a new style of fabric without a big commitment. Its also easy to shop for too. Cant have too many!

Becky said...

Thanks for the fun guessing game! I'm a scrap quilter. The more fabrics in a project the happier I am. Fat quarters are great to add to the variety. Thanks!

Mhairi said...

I love fat quarters, they keep my lap warm while I search the web for patterns to make with them. But they are so lovely on their own that I hate cutting them.
But they are so versatile that you have to use them. Also they keep the small holes in the fabric cupboard filled, they ensure that the big piles don't fall down and they insulate the house in a really pretty way.

Carla G said...

I like that they are a lot of fabric to use for many small projects. And you can afford to buy lots and have alot of variety of fabrics. :)

Jodi - usairdoll said...

I like fat quarters for several reasons. I'm able to get a nice size of fabric rather than just a long strip. Also I'm able to get lots of different fabrics without spending tons of money.

Thank you for a fun giveaway and a chance to win.


Vicki said...

Fat quarters are perfect for making small projects! :)