Selfish Sewing–A November Project QUILTING Off Season Challenge

Happy November!  Yes – I know … I’m late again!  Oh well!  This month, many of us start working on our holiday sewing and trying to figure out what we’re going to make for everyone else.  In fact, that’s pretty much what most of us do year round – sew for other people.  This month the Project QUILTING off season challenge is to – Sew Something for YOURSELF!

Dresden Neighborhood pattern by Kim Lapacek

I don’t care what you sew for yourself … just make something that makes you smile, that you enjoy and that you’re proud of!

I’m going to keep it super simple this month … just link up below your selfish sewing project to share with everyone!  The link closes just before Midnight, November 30th. Alternately, you may email the picture and description to {lapaceksorchard at gmail dot com} with PROJECT QUILTING in the subject line by Noon on Thursday, November 30th. 

Capri and Lucia with their chunky wee bags

  • Please use the hashtag #pqoffseason and #projectquilting when posting on social networking sites to help spread the word about this fabulous quilting challenge!
  • Share progress pictures on Facebook, Instagram, and your blog - seeing your process and how you get to the final project is part of the fun!
  • If you can, post your project to the Project QUILTING Flickr Group because that's how I make mosaics and it's fun to see them grouped together there.
  • Make sure you like Project QUILTING on Facebook.
  • We have created a ‘Challenge Quilts’ Facebook Group for you to share your thoughts, questions, and friendship on PQ and other quilting challenges. Just ask to join.

With that – good luck and have fun!


logo_crafty_sewing_150x150Marcia of Marcia’s Crafty Sewing and Quilting has generously offered to give each participant  a PDF Downloadable Pattern from her Craftsy Pattern Store!  How cool is that?  When you finish the challenge and link up to the post just email Marcia {marcia (at) craftysewing (dot) com} to redeem your prize!

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