Monday, January 9, 2017

Let's Get Quilting 2017 - 8 pc bundle of Woodsy Wonders by Nidhi Wadhwa of Blue Fish Designs


Three chances to win this week! Leave a comment, visit and LIKE our Facebook page, and subscribe to our Newsletter (which will be coming out soon with a detailed look at our NEW collections).

Get in on all the fun with Henry Glass fabrics!

This week's giveaway is from a relatively new designer to Henry Glass, Nidhi Wadhwa of Blue Fish Designs. Nidhi's background is the result of grit, talent and hard work. She started as a studio for greeting cards and children's books, but has now diversified over the last 15 years to many different design areas where her illustrations are loved. We are fortunate to have her as a Henry Glass fabrics designer with these other collections too: Frogland Friends, and Penguin Parade.

Visit the whole collection here.

69 comments:

Celeste Delostrinos said...

I have quilts published in two books.

QuiltShopGal said...

A major movie studio wanted my quilt in one of their movies.

QuiltShopGal
www.quiltshopgal.com

scottylover said...

I haven't had 15 minutes of fame yet! :)

Sandy A

Renea said...

Not sure if this counts as 15 min of fame. I gave birth to triplets!! That fame has lasted for more than 31 yrs. Thanks for the cute giveaway.

Sandra Walker said...

My 15 min of fame was being chosen as a designer of the month for Henry Glass last June! Totally made my year. :-)

Joyce Carter said...

My 15 minutes of fame hasn't happened yet. Thank you for the giveaway.

C Murphy said...

I'm still waiting to be discovered!! If I win, will that count?? Good Luck to All!
lstangl482 at aol dot com

Karen McMahon said...

I have yet to get my 15 minutes of fame. I think I will be fine if it never comes!

Anonymous said...

No 15 minutes of fame here, just mom to 4 great kids, 3 grandsons & twin great granddaughters. Thanks for the chance to win!

Evie H said...

Haven't had my 15 minutes yet, but I'm working on it! =)

Vicki H said...

I haven't had any fame and that's fine with me.

Marian Allen said...

Still waiting!

Barb Neiwert said...

I got to interview Clint Eastwood when he was filming Pale Rider up in our area. Very class guy - and tall!

Cheryl Hammond said...

Would love my 15 minutes of fame! Cute fabric for sure!!

Diane Davis said...

Such fresh fabrics. I haven't had any fame lately.

Cecilia said...

My husband and I were interviewed by the local news when our youngest son-in-law was in the 2008 and 2012 Olympics.

Sherry said...

I don't know that I have had any real fame but I am a storyteller for 3-5 year olds and I am famous with them. They love it when the "library lady" comes to share storytime with them.

Michele T said...

I am still waiting for my 15 min of fame!! This fabric collection is adorable!!!

Linda Williamson said...

My 15 minutes has not arrived but than I don't want to be a one chick wonder. Love the frog fabrics. Thanks grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

Nancy said...

I've never had my 15 minutes of fame!

mangozz said...

I haven't had my 15 minutes of fame yet.

Cathy Calloway said...

I retired and quilted happily ever after. Does that count?

Bec said...

No 15 minutes of fame, but that's okay. Fame isn't everything. :) Thanks for the cute fabric giveaway!

teachpany said...

My school choir and my folk group made albums, recorded in a real studio, and my guitar is on 2 of them, and I have a solo on another. And costumes I made for a school were on TV. I'm proud of my few minutes. This collection is adorable.

Janie said...

My 15 minutes of fame will come when I am chosen to be the Desire to Inspire Challenger. :) Thank you for the beautiful giveaway!

MoeWest said...

I competed on a TV show called Spelling Bee when I was 11 years old. I was part of a team of four and we lasted six weeks before losing to another team.

OhioLori said...

No 15 minutes of Fame for me...but I am happy being just regular Me! lol Thank you for chance to win this Awesome Bundle!! :)

GranChris said...

I'm a retired scientist and the company I worked for gave you $1 for every patent. I have several dollars to my name.

Anne said...

Hah, it happened 50 yrs ago! I was on the Sonny Fox show in NYC and Sonny spoke to me as I competed in Simon Says.

Ellee said...

Hasn't happened yet. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Stitchin At Home said...

No 15 moments of fame here YET.

Pauline Gudas said...

I do not need 15 minutes of fame.I prefer to be in the background

Susan L. said...

I wouldn't say I've had 15 minutes of fame, other than being a mother & grandmother. Thank you for the giveaway!

Denise Mitchell said...

Thank you for the giveaway! I don't really want any fame.

jec said...

my 15 minutes of fame will come when i win one of the gazillion of contests i enter :) janet

Vicki in MN said...

I had a friends quilt that I quilted for her make it into a magazine with both our names!

newsurfiegirl said...

My 15 minutes of fame was more like 2 my brothers and sisters and I were in a commercial for my fathers work, many, many years ago! Thanks for the giveaway that fabric is just gorgeous!

LeAnne said...

I don't remember it, but I was part of the first set of triplets born in our town.

Judi Duncan said...

I haven't had any fame as of yet, but there is still time......

Linda said...

Yes,doing what I love>quilting baby charity quilts!
Thank You for a neat giveaway!msstitcher1214@gmail.com

cjmont said...

my 15 minutes of fame was appearing on a local tv show many years a go to talk about blue star families.

Mom C said...

I guess it was being elected to the state board of education and hobnobbing with State and national education officials regarding education legislation and issues. After 26 years I've decided I'd rather be quilting. Thanks.

delaineelliott said...

I once got 100% on a math test when I was still in school. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

minibea12 said...

I can't say I've had 15 minutes of fame but I do feel I made a positive impact during my working career. Now I can enjoy quilting and gardening with great satistaction.
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

minibea12 said...

I can't say I've had 15 minutes of fame but I do feel I made a positive impact during my working career. Now I can enjoy quilting and gardening with great satistaction.
nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

Peggy Carstens said...

Very cute fabric

Kathy said...

not yet - but how cool would it be

lindawwww said...

I won third prize in our guild's quilt show as well as second place for viewer's choice.

lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

ledamewood said...

Can't say I've experienced 15 minutes of fame.

Emi said...

Wonderful fabric... yo la quiero...
Big hug from COSTA RICA.

Judy1522 said...

I have not had 15 minutes of fame yet.

Aimee said...

No 15 minutes of fame for me, not really sure I'd want it

Miriam said...

I had an article published in Quilt magazine's column "My Favorite Quilter" about my mom. She was so thrilled to open her magazine and see herself in it. I think it was her 15 minutes of fame, not mine.

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

no 15 minutes of fame for me

Havplenty said...

My 15 minutes of fame came a few years ago when I got a chance to talk with and take a picture, that was then posted to FB, with one of the winners of The Apprentice show.

tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

Cindy said...

Mine was when our school was striking and I was homeschooling. :)

Jennifer Essad said...

I think it was making my daughters "Barney" costume for Halloween one year

JANET said...

When my Granddaughter opens the box I just sent her with a new quilt in it. She told me she loves penguins, I saw the cutest pattern, and the rest is history.

pippirose said...

When my poetry was published in an anthology, and it gave me the motivation to publish a whole book.

Rebecca said...

Having people bid on a quilt I made for a fund raiser. Also selling some of my wall hangings.

Lee said...

Mine was when I got to meet Gerald R. Ford when he was President!

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

Um....maybe winning for my particular class the in-school portion of the National Spelling Bee? Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

helenjean@midgetgemquilts said...

my claim to fame was being N Ireland's youngest Queen's Guide for a short time

Allison CB said...

I fell into a river and was carried away downstream until someone saw the lifejacket - I was 14 months old...was on page one of the local newspaper

barbara woods bewtjw@gmail.com said...

To old now to have my 15 minutes if fame

lfhpueblo said...

I've never had a claim to fame.

Kathy Gorman said...

Meeting the President of Ecuador. Not exactly my fame, but my family was impressed!;)

Julie said...

What cute fabric !!! No fame here.

Mary Pat Proctor said...

What a cute line!! Love your look book as well--can't wait to go purchase so many of your new designs. I love these types of fabrics for boutique children's clothing that I sew!