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THE WONDROUS
GODMOTHER PARADIGM
BEGAN JUN 21, 2011!

 

Who is YOUR
Fairy Quilt
Godmother?
Get her FREE!

 

I will update this
Parade of Godmothers
when I do the
Paper Panache
site updates.
New photos are
presented first.

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where your
Godmother
lives!

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Sept 2011
Fairy Quilt
Godmother Pageant
Winners!

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       It's a Fairy Quilt Godmother Parade

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Stashzipora, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Cornelia Walter
Stashzipora
by Cornelia Walter
North of Brandenburg, Germany

Although actually beeing red-haired Stashzipora insisted to wear that new dress she bought the other day in a shopping frenzy. ...I suggested to go to the hairdresser and see what he could do for her. Even in my wildest dreams I would have never imagined she could go for such a funky hair color. But having seen this for a while now I finally think it suits her quite well. By the way: She loves to sing when she's sewing. Thank you so much for intruducing her to me!


Thimbletine, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Anne Sidell
Thimbletine
by Anne Sidell
Simi Valley, California

Here's my Fairy Quilt Godmother. I renamed her Thimbletine because Thimbtine was too hard to pronounce. I hope you don't mind. She's purple because MY quilt fairy godmother would definitely show up in my favorite color. ...thanks for such wonderful fun with this new idea!


Pressiippora, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Julie Waldman
Pressiippora
by Julie Waldman
Oakland, California

Here is Pressiippora -- my hair's too short to wear in a bun like this, but the rest is (depressingly) accurate! Thanks for a fun project.


Chainlara, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Karen Neuendorf
Chainlara
by Karen Neuendorf
Aurora, Indiana

Here is Miss Frogalotta! She is my second paper piecing project, hence the reference to “frogging” (or ripping out) mistakes! I had to “frog” a “lotta”! Chainlara is her given name. I had a wonderful time sewing her! Thanks so much for the free pattern, it was a great learning experience!


Bargelerin, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Linda Broadbent
Bargelerin
by Linda Broadbent
Des Moines, Iowa

This was fun!! My first time doing such detailed paper piecing!! My Fairy Godmother's name is Bargelerin. Thanks for the challenge!


Stashapoppin, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Vicki Bowden
Stashapoppin
by Vicki Bowden
Everett, Washington

This was a fun block.



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