And with that … we just have one more thing left to do for Season 6 of Project QUILTING. It’s time to VOTE for our favorite quilts of the ‘Isn’t that Charming?’ challenge.
TIME TO VOTE! Choose your SIX Favorite Quilts below that were created for the Project QUILTING Challenge – Isn’t That Charming? and click on the heart to vote (upper right corner)! You can click on the photo’s themselves to read the ‘story’ behind the quilt – my favorite part! Vote by clicking on the heart in the upper right corner of the image. Don’t forget to tell your friends and family about all these amazing quilts!
Please DO NOT VOTE for entries #47 and #49. I know this is confusing but to help a little it does say “DO NOT VOTE FOR ME” in the description under the picture. My mother-in-law, Diane, made #47 and I made #49 – while we are not eligible for prizes and don’t want to take away votes from others – we still want to show off our work! You can, however, feel free to click on our projects and leave us a comment on what you think. We love to hear from you!
The quilt with the most votes will receive these prizes:
10 Small Spools of Folk Story by Sarah Fielke for Aurifil Thread
Mishka's Playground is giving one lucky person a choice of a pattern from her store including the newly released 2015 quilt-along - Aiming for Accuracy II!
As a bonus – the quilt with the second most votes will win the following!
This fabulous key fob made by Trisha Frankland of Quilt Chicken
Your very own Project QUILTING Duffel Bag!
Aren’t these some great prizes that have been so generously donated!? I can’t wait to see who wins some fantastic goodies!
Voting will close on Friday, March 27th at 8pm. Spread the word to your family and friends!
They get SIX votes so they can vote for you and then four other quilts that they like best!
Winners will be announced on Sunday, March 29th! (I need an extra day because I’ll be at the Quilt Festival in Chicago over the weekend.)
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