Farm to Fabric Challenge–Time to Link up!

I was thrilled to see the wonderful ‘Farm to Fabric’ Challenge exhibit up at the International Quilt Festival in Houston last week.
Here are just a few of my favorites … (I apologize that I’m not 100% sure of everyone who made each quilt – if it’s you or you know who made the quilt – please leave me a comment below and I would love to add the appropriate credit)
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Erin Faller – Faller Girl – ‘economy 101’
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'Field of Quilted Dreams' by Mel of Piece, Love and Happiness

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Back in May – my friend Shannon from Fabrics N Quilts and I added an extra incentive to participating in the Farm to Fabric Challenge!
It is now time to link up your completed challenges!  You have until November 21st.  My children will each choose a random winner from a hat once the linky closes – so that’s THREE winners!  You can only link up projects you made using one of the three fat quarter bundles Fabrics N Quilts is offering.  Fabrics N Quilts will be giving out $20, $30 and $40 gift certificates to three of the participants!
If you’re really fast – you can still finish up a quilt for the challenge!  Go to Fabrics N Quilts AMB fabric selection and choose your favorite!  They stock the entire line of 50 solids.

3 comments:

  1. Oh yay--finally pictures from the Houston exhibit debut! Mine was the second picture "Fields of Quilted Dreams." This was a fun challenge and I've been patiently waiting to see some pictures of the other quilts--so thank you for posting so I could live vicariously through your post!--Mel Beach

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  2. awesome! thanks for including my quilt!

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