April Fat Quarter Challenge

It’s beginning to look a lot like spring finally!  I had gone on vacation and the trees were just starting to bud; when I returned they were full of green leaves!  It was a long winter, and I’m glad to see spring here.

This month we had two quilts returned for our FQC.  They were from Donna Dellacamera from Unionville, CT and Gail Knighton from Salem, OR.  The quilts are lovely and we know some child will love to snuggle in them.

Our random winner for the April FQC drawing was Susan Trzcinski from Anacortes, WA.  She returned her quilt in December.  You can see her quilt here.  Susan has won a $25 gift certificate from the Fat Quarter Shop.  Fat Quarter Shop has been sponsoring our monthly prizes for almost 4 years now and we can’t thank them enough.

If you weren’t at Houston Quilt Festival last year, do not despair.  You can still enter our fat quarter challenge and the information on how to enter is on the right hand side of our blog under “Pages”.

Thanks to everyone,  Tina

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2 Responses to “April Fat Quarter Challenge”

  1. August Fat Quarter Challenge | Quilts Beyond Borders Says:

    […] winner, Donna Dellacamera (Unionville, CT) is from a quilt submitted in April that you can see here.  Donna is another of our prolific quilters and volunteers.  Enjoy your $25 gift certificate from […]

  2. October FQ Challenge & Annual Winner | Quilts Beyond Borders Says:

    […] random prize winner was a repeat winner, Donna Dellacamera of Unionville, CT.  She submitted her quilt in April.  Donna will receive a $25 gift certificate from the Fat Quarter Shop.  We can’t […]

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