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 if you are interested in judging and or sponsoring any prizes.


  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 have some good artists! But, the challenge will be so good for me!

  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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