I decided to choose two winners for the survey drawing. I had 187 comments on the drawing post, and over 575 survey responses so far! The survey itself is still open, and I hope others will continue to respond.
I used the good old Random Number Generator and the winners are:
#35 – Mimi
#148 – Sunnybec
I’ve sent emails to both of the winners, and once I hear from them I’ll put together a five fat quarter bundle for each, tailored to their fabric preferences.
Thank you all so much for participating, and for your encouraging words. It’s been a rough couple of weeks! I’ll be closing the survey next weekend and I’ll start sharing the results then.
Sorry you’ve had a rough time. I didn’t think your original post was nasty, but some of the responses I read on other blogs were. You’ve handled the whole thing with a lot of class. Thanks for your skill building series, very thoughtful and well done!
My friend Marsha is fond of saying that if a fabric is ugly, you just haven’t cut it small enough.
Thank you!! Yay I won, have sent you email with my addy. Linda
Wow! This is great!! I’ll be checking out the details of your survey to see how I compare with many others… or not! Thank you!!
I took the survey out of curiosity. I clicked pretty much every box. I suspect I’m a kindred spirit of commenter Nancy’s as I have yet to meet an “ugly” fabric! I don’t cut them smaller though — I think they just haven’t found the right color to hang out with yet.
I have no opinion on the hand wringing about difficult quilts; I can’t presume to know the motivation of quilters and bloggers other than me. One of the things I love most about quilting is just how diverse it is. Simple or complex, bold or subdued, arty or traditional, beginner or advanced, quick or a lifelong project, we shouldn’t be blind to the possibilities of the medium.
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