If you were a quilt what would you look like? Would all your points match? Or is your style a little off-beat? Are you a classic traditional quilt or a quilt with surprises? Or maybe a bit of both. It's something to think about! Make a quilt that represents your answer to this question.
Here are the details:
- Your quilt may be any size, any techniques, any materials. If you can photograph it, you can enter it.
- This Challenge is open to all quilters; you don't need to have your own Gallery at the OQM. One entry per quilter. No fees.
- Email 2 photos of your quilt to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on October 31, 2010. One photo will show the whole quilt, the other photo will show a detail that you like.
- Include your name and the state or country you're from. Include the title of your quilt, and if necessary a few words or a sentence about why the quilt is like you.
- Include your email address. (It will be kept confidential, but I may have to notify you if you win the Challenge!)
- The quilt photo entries will be displayed in an Exhibit at http://www.onlinequiltmuseum.com/, so you agree that it's okay for me to put your quilt photos and name on the Internet.
- By entering, you certify that you did, in fact, have fun making this challenge quilt.
- Three winners will be chosen by a panel of impartial judges. Prize packages will be full of quilty delights.
- So take a look at your stash and start thinking! If you were a quilt, what would you look like? Tell your guilds and quilting buddies about this Challenge! Quilters, wind your bobbins, get out a new rotary blade, have fun!
QUILT SHOWN: "Waverunner" by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, http://www.bumblebeans.blogspot.com/, Copyright 2010. (Used with permission.)