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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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Show us
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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Qultrora, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Lyssa Henderson
Qultrora
by Lyssa Henderson
Spokane, Washington

This is Qultrora, isn't she beautiful. I just love her lips and red hair. The Kokopeli print of her dress just wanted to be a part of all this. Really enjoyed making her.


Chawklena, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Marva Gurley
Chawklena
by Marva Gurley

Linda - It was so enjoyable to get Chawklena assembled. Almost as much fun as looking at all the other Fairy Quilt Godmothers. Thank you for this great mystery adventure.


Scizlara, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Diane Woolfe
Scizlara
by Diane Woolfe
Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Here is my fairy quilt godmother "Scizlara". Except for your instructions, I would never have the nerve to make her anything but a realistic flesh tone. However, with your inspiration (and looking at everyone's pictures), she became a lovely aqua with coordinating blue-green hair. She supervises me as I sit at my sewing machine. Thank you for a wonderful project!


Whackzinka, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Bette  Slag
Whackzinka
by Bette Slag
Elk River, Minnesota

This is Whackzinka...I love her name! This was my first machine sewn paper piecing. She's a very traditional quilt fairy godmother who still thinks that unless it’s hand pieced and quilted, it’s not a “real” quilt... machine quilting is inferior. Since I'm mainly a non-traditional, art quilter, we’re going to make an interesting team! (grin) Thank you so much for creating this fun pattern, Linda.


Fusitine, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Cheryl Kuhel
Fusitine
by Cheryl Kuhel
Wolverine Lake, Michigan

I think she looks like my 5th grade school teacher :)


Showafire, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Kirsten Schmidt
Showafire
by Kirsten Schmidt
Hannover, Germany

This is Showafire. She is missing her glasses. Lucky me. So she won't see the uneven seams and the mess in my sewing room. Thank you for the fun I had while sewing her up.



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