Nominating for Blogger’s Quilt Festival

As you heard last week, one of my favorite online events is happening right now – the Blogger’s Quilt Festival!  Amy Ellis of Amy’s Creative Side runs this twice a year – in May at the end of October.  You can enter up to two quilts in two different categories. 

Quicklinks to categories : Mini, Small, Large, Appliqué, Art, Hand Quilted, Home Machine Quilted, Modern, Original Design, ROYGBIV, Scrappy, Viewer’s Choice

Currently the Linky’s are Open and you can nominate THREE of your favorite quilts to go into the Viewer’s Choice Category (until May 21st). 

I’ve had a few questions on how to do this and what a ‘permalink’ was so hopefully this will help!

To nominate your three favorites you’re going to go to THIS link.

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If you scroll down just a bit on the page this box will show up.  Here’s where you need to insert the permalink.  A permalink is the permanent link to the blog post – or the url that is in your browser. 

For example:

If you wanted to nominate my quilt Fen Koan you would copy and paste the link found in your search bar which should look like this:  http://persimondreams.blogspot.com/2015/05/fen-koanoriginal-quilt-entry.html

If you wanted to nominate my quilt Gypsy Wife you would copy and paste the link found in your search bar which should look like this:  http://persimondreams.blogspot.com/2015/05/gypsy-wife-quiltscrappy-quilt-entry.html

So – go – look around at all the fabulous quilts entered into the Festival and be sure to nominate your three favorites in the ‘Viewer’s Choice’ section by the 21st!

Voting for your favorites of each category will start on the 22nd.  (Don’t worry … I’ll remind you again!) 

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