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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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Emma, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Mary Ann Kowalski
Emma
by Mary Ann Kowalski
Tucson, AZ

This is Emma, my quilt godmother. She is surrounded by sewing notions used in quilt construction. Patternletter No.3 containing the SEW MUCH FUN blocks was perfect for the border blocks. The Parade of Godmothers site update was the inspiration I needed to complete this UFO. Thanks for all the fun your patterns bring to online paper piecing.


Boozerin Neline, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Neline  Pienaar
Boozerin Neline
by Neline Pienaar
Free State, Bultfontein, SA

...Our mothers are really portraits of the real people hahaha. Myself and Ebie have wild hair, curly, and our mothers are exactly the same.


Ribbinzealia Amanda, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Amanda P.
Ribbinzealia Amanda
by Amanda P.
Free State, Bultfontein, SA




Piecella, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Renée Kanas
Piecella
by Renée Kanas

I finally made my godmother. I think the hardest part was picking out the fabric. Great day project. Thanks for the fun.


Ribbinluria, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Jo Brickwell
Ribbinluria
by Jo Brickwell

What fun it was to bring my Fairy Quilt Godmother to life. Ribbinluria looks a bit on the stern side, but she also has a smirk on her face, so I think she and I will get along just fine. She has already started helping me even as I was still working on her. I finished the quilting on her border with only a few feet of thread left on the spool! She is now hanging above my sewing machine so she can watch over me as I sew.


Stitch-U-Vina, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Wanda Barkhurst
Stitch-U-Vina
by Wanda Barkhurst

I started on her Superbowl Sunday. I am gifting her to my sister, Cindy, who is a quilter as well. When I got the main pattern done, it looked a little bare, so I added a paper-pieced flying geese side border of button themed fabric. As this was targeted at being an art project, I left the pattern paper inside thus eliminating the time I would have spent taking the little pieces of pattern paper out... the paper pattern gave it an additional "stiffness" that was very appropriate for the wall hanging. I went through the posted godmothers and I did not find my combo Godmother anywhere. Stitch-U-Vina is truly unique. Very cool.



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