Through the Eyes of a Child–Challenge 5 of Project QUILTING Season 7

Just square 1 art capri 2two challenges left in Season 7 of Project QUILTING folks!   Did you just discover this great challenge?  That’s okay!  It’s not too late to join in – and all you have to do to join in is finish the challenge and link up below!  Easy peasy!  Be sure to tell all your quilting friends about how great this challenge is and what it is doing for your inspiration and creativity!  There are some great prizes up for grabs this challenge – including a special prize for EVERYONE who participates!  Check that out HERE!
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I just want to remind everyone that these challenges are meant to be inspirational and FUN!  I know it can be stressful making a quilt in just a week but trust me – it can be done.  Every week that you enter a piece for the challenge you are entered into a hat to win one of the amazing prizes from our sponsors!  There will also be a special prize for the “Viewer’s Choice” winner of the week.   AND, if you finish the challenge in the time allotted your name will also be added into the final hat at the completion of the season for an opportunity to win the GRAND PRIZE!  Inspiration, quilting, fun AND Prizes!?  Can it get much better?

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Challenge 5 - Through the Eyes of a Child

1.  Your inspiration for this week's challenge is children's art.  Feel free to use any of these examples for your inspiration from my favorite young artists who also happen to be my granddaughters.
If you know another young artist, that's OK, too. Be sure to include a picture of the art that inspired you.

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2.  Every challenge piece must be a FINISHED project seen through from INCEPTION to COMPLETION during the challenge timeline. Each piece must stand alone as DONE to count toward prizes.

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3.  Your project does not need to be a traditional quilt, but must meet at least one of these requirements:
  1. Include patchwork.
  2. Include appliqué.
  3. Have 3 layers stitched together by hand or machine.
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4.  Please remember that these projects need to be created during the week of the challenge.

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5. Link up either a blog post or flickr image to the linky at the bottom of THIS PAGE by Sunday, March 6th, 2016, at noon, CDT –OR email a picture/description of your completed project to {lapaceksorchard at gmail dot com} with PROJECT QUILTING in the subject line by 11am on Sunday, March 6th.

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      • Please still include on your blog, instagram or flickr image of your entry a description of your creative process, including where you are (ie, I create in Madison, WI) and the sizeof your project. 
      • There is now a ‘Challenge Quilts’ Facebook Group you can join in on to share your thoughts, questions, or whatever related to quilting challenges.  You can always post progress pictures there if you want too!
      • Please use the hastag #pq7 when posting on social networking sites to help spread the word!
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With that – good luck to everyone!  Don’t forget – you can find Project QUILTING on Facebook too! And a Challenge Group if you want to find out about all the challenges you can in the quilting world!



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3 comments:

  1. A wonderful challenge! I'm so excited - I already found my inspiration and pulled the fabrics!
    Several years ago I made a baby quilt based on a piece of children's art. It was great fun!
    Thank you, Diane and Kim!

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  2. I am really enjoying being a spe c tutor to these challenges. Life isn't going to allow me to join in this week, but I sure do look forward to a relaxing hour to look through the results on Sunday! It might just be what gets me through the week!!!

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