Project QUILTING – Season 2 Update!

WOW! Happy December everyone! I hope this finds you all well and gearing up for Season 2 of Project QUILTING. As promised – it’s going to start up in January!

Here is the Season 2 Schedule:

January 9th – Challenge 1

January 16th – Challenge 1 due by NOON, Judging/Voting Begins

January 23rd – Challenge 2

January 30th - Challenge 2 due by NOON, Judging/Voting Begins

January 31st – Diane’s Birthday (Challenge Maker & Judge)

February 6th – Challenge 3

February 13th - Challenge 3 due by NOON, Judging/Voting Begins

February 20th – Challenge 4

February 24th – Capri’s Birthday (my daughter will be 3!)

February 27th - Challenge 4 due by NOON, Judging/Voting Begins

March 7th – Challenge 5

March 13th - Challenge 5 due by NOON, Judging/Voting Begins

March 19th - National Quilting Day

March 20th – Challenge 6

March 27th - Challenge 6 due by NOON, Judging/Voting Begins

Yup, we’re cutting down the season to 6 challenges instead of 8. I hope everyone is happy with this little change.

Between now and then I hope to get up more interviews of participants from Season 1 so you can have a little ‘look back’ at the first season.

I also am interested in seeing if anyone is interested in being a permanent judge for season 2 and/or a guest judge.

Other things I’m looking for – sponsors! Part of what helped make season 1 so exciting what all the fantastic prizes there were to look forward to weekly and at the end of the season.

Please just shoot me an email at lapaceksorchard@gmail.com if you are interested in judging and or sponsoring any prizes.

2 comments:

  1. I am so excited! I couldn't get in on the last one...but I sure followed it! This time I sure hope to participate. I never hope to win...you have some good artists! But, the challenge will be so good for me!

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  2. Hi! I'm so excited. I'm happy to donate a few prizes, I sent you an email :) Looking forward to January 9th!

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