Blogger’s Quilt Festival Starts Tomorrow

AmysCreativeSide.comOne of my favorite online events is starting Friday!  The Blogger’s Quilt Festival run by Amy’s Creative Side!  I just love this!

Friday, May 16th through Friday, May 23rd we can link up to two quilts – each have to be in a separate category. 

Here is a summary of the categories:

Categories

Mini Quilt Category – Quilts in this group measure no more than 80″ around.

Small Quilt Category – Quilts in this group measure more than 80″, but no more than 240″ around.

Large Quilt Category – Quilt in this group measure over 240″ around.

Applique Quilts – Hand or machine applique is welcome.

Art Quilts – Express yourself with fabric.

Hand Quilted – Quilted by hand.

Home Machine Quilted – Quilted on a domestic machine.

Modern Quilts – Modern to you, is modern to me.

Original Design Quilts – Designed by you, not a previously published quilt pattern.

ROYGBIV Quilts – Show off your rainbow.

Scrappy Quilts – Glad to have all those scraps in one beautiful place.

So…here’s my dilemma.  I know for sure that I’m going to enter my Novitiate Nebula in the Scrappy Quilt category and finally share with you all the ENTIRE story behind that quilt.  But – now which other category should I enter?  I find that I get a lot of new viewers from these festivals and I want to try to catch their eye but also showcase the type of work I do and show here on my blog.

This is where you come in…I need you to comment below on the second category and quilt I should ‘showcase’ in this festival?

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Option 1. Modern Log Cabin in the ‘Original Design Quilts’ Category

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Option 2. Amazing Technicolor Dream Quilt in ‘Art Quilt’ Category

Option 3. Amazing Technicolor Dream Quilt in ‘ROYGBIV’ Category

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Option 4. African Impromptu Quilt in the ‘Large Quilt Category’  (Measures 277” around)

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Option 5:  Tula Pink Sampler Quilt in the ‘Modern Quilt Category’. 
 
 

 

1 comment:

  1. I voted for option two bc when I see it I immediately think of you.

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