Thank you to each of you who took part in the challenge and turned in pieces for the competition. There were others who could not finish for various reasons. I hope they will play again in future challenges when life isnt so hectic.
Please vote on your favorite.
Voting will go through Sunday, January 6th.
1 winner will be chosen from the 3 entries so get your votes in!
how do we vote? Did I miss the post? These are great, I'm sorry there weren't more finishers. I saw this when you were taking sign up and I couldn't wrap my head around the theme to picture a quilt, plus life and my way overdue siggy blocks made me feel like I shouldn't take on one more project.
We are all winners Thank you all so much it was so much fun. It was a very special quilt to me. I actually received a thank you note yesterday from my sons in-laws who were the recipients of the quilt. They live in Wamego, Kansas the quilt was made around everything in their little town. Even the fabric is called Kansas Trouble. The blocks were all Kansas. She was director of the Wizard of Oz in the town for over 10 years. It was their 40th anniversary present. I didn't even tell my daughter in-law or son I was making it. By the way I named it after the challenge Theresia.
*********************************** “May God give you...For every storm a rainbow, for every tear a smile, for every care a promise and a blessing in each trial. For every problem life sends, a faithful friend to share, for every sigh a sweet song and an answer for each prayer.”
Congrats to all of the finishers!! Fun to see your interpretations. A special congrats to JLu!! Way to go! I lived in Wamego for several years (many moons ago!) and The Wizard of Oz is very big there...celebrations and such. The fabric line, Kansas Troubles, is designed not far from Wamego. Your quilt brought memories to me from days gone by in my life. Thank you!