“Time is UP” and it’s Time to Vote–Project QUILTING Season 8.6

This is it!  “Time is Up” is the final Project QUILTING Challenge of Season 8!   It has truly been an EPIC season with OVER 700 quilts created in just the six weekly challenges!  This has never happened before and I am absolutely blown away!!!! 

Now I need your help to decide on the “Viewer’s Choice” quilt for the “Time is Up Challenge”.  I’m giving everyone TEN votes this week to help spread the love!  To vote just click on the heart (upper right corner) on each of the images of the quilt/projects you like best!  You can click on the photo’s themselves to read the “story” behind the quilt – my favorite part!  When you visit the posts please take a minute to comment on your favorite thing about the quilt!  Let’s make Project QUILTING an inspiring, uplifting community that encourages and supports each other in positive ways!  Vote by clicking on the heart in the upper right corner of the image.

The person with the most votes will receive:


A “Poppy Mae” Jelly Roll from Moda Fabrics.

Now VOTE!  Choose 10 and tell all your friends to check out these AMAZING pieces!


Didn’t finish your quilt for the “brighter the better” Project QUILTING Challenge on time?  That's okay!  You can't win prizes but we still want to see what you did!  Please link up your finish project below - anytime!  This is going to be a never ending link up!

This is also where you can see quilts made by participants that aren’t allowed in the voting linking up due to their affiliation with Project QUILTING.  Please share the love with them too!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting this fun challenges. I just loved it, and had the chance to participate in 4 of them. Looking forward to next round of challenges, but I guess I have to wait some months. Be proud of all activity you've created around the world. Greetings from Norway.


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