I am currently accepting sponsors for Quilty Habit. If you are interested in sponsoring, please email me at quiltyhabit(at)gmail(dot)com and we can discuss!

As of September 2016, Quilty Habit receives an average of 25,000 views per month. In December 2015 and January 2016, views reached nearly 50,000. I write 3-4 times per week about the quilting community, works in progress, favorite fabrics, and finished quilts. I also write tutorials on improvisational piecing, modern quilt blocks, and free motion quilting on a domestic machine. I receive views from Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest in addition to my regular blog (2500+) and newsletter followers (1100+).

As a sponsor, you will receive:
1. Advertising on my sidebar (button)
2. A welcome post, highlighting favorite items from your shop and/or characteristics of the product you offer (based on my experience)
3. An optional giveaway
4. A blurb written about your shop/product on this page
5. A tag on Instagram when I purchase from your store or collaborate with you

I partner up with shops that I wholeheartedly would recommend to my quilty friends and readers, based on my own experience. I look forward to working with you!


Current Sponsors:


 A Quilty Habit sponsor since 2014!

I love visiting and shopping with Sew Me A Song because of their unique inventory and excellent customer service. Becca is super friendly! She stocks a huge selection of Japanese fabric and enough low volume fabrics to make the modern quilter salivate. Becca's specificity in curating puts me at ease - I know I'm choosing something she loves herself! Overall, Sew Me A Song is a great place to shop for the following important reasons: fast shipping, both new and hard-to-find fabrics, great sale selections, and all-around satisfaction.


 A Quilty Habit sponsor since 2016!

The Fat Quarter Shop has always been a reliable and customer-service friendly resource for me. Between their unbelievably fast shipping (same day or within 24 hours), their 24 Hour Flash Sale feature, and their extremely generous support of the quilting community online and in-person, FQS has proved its worth. In addition, their YouTube channel is jam-packed with free, professionally done tutorials. Finally, I love to browse their Coming Soon section; not only do they stock a wide range of fabric I covet, but they create graphics that very clearly showcase each fabric line. You won't be disappointed if you pop on over to the Fat Quarter Shop - I know it!

A Quilty Habit sponsor since 2016!

Aurifil Italian Threads are widely used in the quilting and sewing world. The company, established in 1983, has produced several different types of threads for all purposes including 12, 28, 40, and 50 weight cotton, floss, wool, variegated polyester for the longarm, and monofilament invisible thread. Aurifil has a distinct social media presence and they've expanded to a branch in the USA all its own. You can find their threads at many quilt shops, including The Fat Quarter Shop.

I started using Aurifil threads in 2014, and I haven't looked back. Why? My machine loves it; it creates little to no lint, and all runs smoothly. When my tension is right, I get perfect stitches. Plus, I've found that Aurifil comes in 252 colors, which makes it easy to find exactly the right shade for my projects. You'll find I use the most of #2600 (Dove Gray) because it is a neutral that allows my machine quilting to pop.

Overall, Aurifil is a huge supporter of the quilting and sewing community, and I'm proud to partner with them. 



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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for linking that disclosure statement site! Just what I need for my own blog :)



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