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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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Chaintini, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Rose Kapter
Chaintini
by Rose Kapter

Here is my fairy quilt godmother Chaintini...she is my first paper pieced project. Added lace, a bit of bling, and a sparkle to her eyes...What fun!!!!! Thanks for the fantastic pattern...


Show-Tellluria, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Susan Holman
Show-Tellluria
by Susan Holman

I stumbled upon your site while searching for parrot blocks! I love your mystery block ideas. Very clever! While waiting for the parrot...I was poking around and found the Fairy Godmother stuff. Brilliantly fun!! Thank you! I made my Fairy Godmother named Show-tellluria to watch over my studio.Then I had my daughter take the multiple choice quiz and I will make her very own Fairy Godmother to watch over her. Thanks again for the fun pattern!!


Knot-Sewber, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Susan Holman
Knot-Sewber
by Susan Holman

I am having so much fun with your Fairy Godmother pattern! This time I used one of the 2016 Row By Row license plates with my fairy and came up with *Knot-Sewber*. I love taking risks with the fabric choices! This is my second fairy and I have done 2 blog posts about them and included links to your site. So I hope you see a resurgence of fairies in your inbox! They are so fun.


Paducnilla, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Suzanne Boissonneault
Paducnilla
by Suzanne Boissonneault
Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada

Hi Linda, I finally made my godmother. Her name is Paducnilla. She was such fun to do. She's installed in my sewing room and watches as a good godmother all my quilting projects. Thanks so much for your wonderful pattern, you did a great job !!!


Godmother, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Kitty Sager
Godmother
by Kitty Sager
Hilton Head, SC

Little late on the scene but a lot has been going on... I have joined a new Bee and told them about your site. I thought I would make my example and see if anyone is interested. I thought it was harder than I remembered but I was very pleased with the results.


Agnes, the Fairy Quilt Godmother of Brian Kiester
Agnes
by Brian Kiester
Meridian, ID

I just started quilting late last year and this is the second paper-pieced item I have done. My mother made me learn to sew at a young age, as she was determined that none of her children would ever be without the means to clothe themselves. Both my mother and my grandmother, who passed several years ago and was one of my dearest friends, have been quilters and I decided to give it a try. Imagine my surprise as I was putting this fairy godmother together and there was my grandmother staring back at me! To double check that I wasn't seeing things, I sent a picture of her to my mother and asked her who she reminded her of. It actually took her a minute to realize that it wasn't a picture of my grandmother. Needless to say, my fairy quilt godmother's name is not the one the pattern came with (Biasnellope), but Agnes, and she hangs on the wall in my office/sewing/craft room. Thank you for this really fun project, it was truly amazing to see her "come to life".



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