Grand Prize Winner for Season 4 of Project QUILTING

Every time a quilter made and entered a quilt into the six weekly challenges – their name was entered into the drawing for the final, Grand Prize.

  • 257 quilts were made during the last three months of Project QUILTING (and yes – it’s not even April yet!).

  • 77 quilters participated in at least one challenge

  • 20 of those quilters made a quilt for all six challenges (getting them an seventh opportunity to win)


Are you impressed yet?  I sure am – wow, wow, wow!  This season has completely blown me away!

Before I reveal who wins…let’s go over what they’re going to be taking home!

PRIZES!


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$25 to spend at Dye Candy

Home Sweet Home Quilt - Finished

$50 off long arm quilting of baby quilt or larger from Marcia’s Crafty Sewing & Quilting

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$20 to Fat Quarter Shop

Barb with her Home Sweet Home Quilt at Show N Tell

$50 gift certificate off registration to the 2013 Quilts by Barb Quilt Retreat

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Goodie bag from Fabric.com including $25 gift certificate to their online store!

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The girls where already in bed when I was ready for them to draw so I snuck upstairs (shhh…don’t tell Papa) and Capri drew the name…  IMG_6697Then, Cedi held the name and got her picture taken too just so it was fair.  There was no way I was going to go near Pip and mess her up for the night…sorry.

 

Yup – you saw it correctly!  The winner of the Season 4 Grand Prize for Project QUILTING is

Carlotta Jean!


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1. Squares with heart pillow2, 2. Trippin' in Aqua, 3. grow, 4. Cowboy Way, 5. Shine, 6. Preparing the Nest

Congrats Carlotta Jean!  Carlotta Jean was one of the 20 who completed a quilt for each of the six challenges.  I hope you enjoyed the challenges as much as I enjoyed having you participate!

 

Great job!

10 comments:

  1. Oh wow Kim, there is nothing sweeter than seeing your baby girls holding a slip of paper with "Carlotta Jean" (my mom's nickname for ME). Doing a happy dance, cartwheels, and jumping for joy. THANK YOU! What a great surprise. I have had the BEST experience with these challenges. Every challenge was incredible.

    I can't believe the talent of all these quilters from around the world. I have learned something from each and every one of the participants.

    Kim, I don't know how you do it. Mommy, wife, designer, career, quilting, blogging.... You have worked so hard to make Project Quilting something all quilters, new and experienced, can enjoy.

    Thank you to all the sponsors! They just add to the fun.


    WOW.

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  2. Congratulations to Carlotta Jean, loved all the quilts that she made, especially the bird, Prepping the Next.
    Thanks so much Kim for the great season of Project Quilting. I guess I should get started on the bonus challenge.

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  3. Big congrats to Carlotta Jean! :D

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  4. Congrats Carlotta Jean. And thank you Kim for hosting such a fantastic season of Project Quilting.

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  5. Congrats Carlotta Jean! Thanks Kim! Its been fun and Ive enjoyed getting to know you through social media and you awesome quilts(still enthralled!). But if it over how am I going to get the other pillow covers made? I need more challenges!

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  6. Congratulations to Carlotta and thank you for hosting. This was my first year participating and I was in awe of all the lovely pieces and talent with each challenge. Thank you, also, to all the sponsors.

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  7. Congrats Carla!!! Great job everyone! :)

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  8. Congratulations Calotta! I especially love your hair quilt - very cute!

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  9. Congrats Carla!!! each of your quilts is beautiful and memorable and unique for each challenge. If I had to, I couldn't choose a favorite :-) enjoy the goodies!

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  10. Congratulations Carla!!! So proud of you and many thanks to all who voted for you too!!! (Love ya daughter)!!!

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