Phew, it’s Friday! Today I hope you’ll help me in welcoming a new advertiser to FITF – hello Quilt Sandwich Fabrics, thanks for becoming a new sponsor! I asked Kris and Becca to give us a little information about their shop, and here’s what they had to say…
Quilt Sandwich Fabrics was started by Kris and Becca, two fabric-obsessed sisters who love to quilt! We started our shop on Etsy in 2008 and we now have over 1,000 bolts of high-quality, fun fabric. Some of our favorite fabric designers and companies are Cotton + Steel, Carolyn Friedlander, Denyse Schmidt, Anna Maria Horner, Amy Butler, Kaffe Fassett, Alexander Henry, and Art Gallery Fabrics. We also carry patterns for quilts and bags and pretty ribbons.
We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and have received great feedback from our customers. We take care to ship your order quickly and package it nicely. We always have discount codes to save you money on shipping – use the code 5OFF50 to take $5 off your order of $50 or more, and use the code 10OFF100 to take $10 off your order of $100 or more!
Check us out online at our blog (www.quiltsandwichblog.com) or on Instagram (@quiltsandwichfabrics), where we like to show new fabrics and projects we’re working on. You can sign up to receive our newsletter at our blog, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kris and Becca also have a giveaway for you today! They’re giving away a fun set of colorful fabrics, perfect for Spring! The winner will receive 1 yard of one of their favorite Cotton + Steel prints, Mochi Floral on a linen-colored background. They’re also adding some pretty coordinates to go with the bright colors – a half-yard each of Windham Fabrics Heavy Metals in Yellow and Turquoise and also Cotton + Steel’s Sprinkle in Petal.
To enter, please leave one comment here. I will randomly select a winner on Sunday evening and will update this post.
Update! Winner, winner…
Random.org selected #16, Stephanie, who said “I am mostly a beginning quilter. I have only finished two quilts and they were very simple. Looking forward to trying something harder and this fabric would be perfect. Thank you!” Congratulations, Stephanie!