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:


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?


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


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

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


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


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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