● ● ● There are two requests on the board for your votes. We would really appreciate knowing which ones are your favorites. All the ladies of these two challenges have worked very hard to make these creations. Each challenge has prizes to distribute, but in order to do that, we need your votes ~ PLEASE.
First: Gonesewin has a poll set up for the Project Quilting Challenge. All you have to do is click on your favorite to vote. Very simple. The poll closes on October 30.
Second: The Seventh Annual Scraps to Treasures Challenge is a little bit more involved. So I have simplified it. Now you may send a list of your TOP TEN favorites.
E-mail me at email@example.com before Saturday at 5pm CST.
Thank you very much for your support and cooperation.
to clarify; do we just email you Jean or both of you?
~Don't assume people have a plan; they might be waiting for you to tell them the plan!~
I'm okay on this...I've voted on both.
Does this hat make my butt look big?
● ● ● Oops, thanks Motqltr.
Please use both of these addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com.
Please copy and paste the above addresses to insure accuracy.
Done & done!
you got my email?
The smallest Cross in the corner is the one you put in the room.
I hope all our daily ups and downs are with needle and thread.
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So Jean, not to complicate things but...when I voted for the Scraps to Treasure Challenge, I took lots of time and painstakingly divided my choices into the categories you had set up. If I were to send in my top 10 list, it may not be the same order because I had to divide things up in categories. Should I recast my vote in the top 10 manner instead? Sorry, don't mean to be difficult but I worry that I may not be representing my vote appropriately now.
What a pretty palette of colors. I'd be happy to vote, although each quilt-maker deserves a congratulations!
well, I haven't actually gone back and looked to see if it would change my order...I will do that...
● ● ● Axel, I do apologize for your difficulties. From the feedback this year, I'd say you weren't the only one. I will be modifying the procedure for next year so it won't cause anymore hardships in the future. It is not necessary to resubmit your votes.
Thank you all for sending in your votes. We really do appreciate your help!
Gonna send in my vote toward the end of the week! Everybody works too hard not to get our votes!
Did I win huh huh did I win???
I separated mine too but will feel better if you lump the ten because I wasn't sure what was the best place to put them.
Good luck... you have a difficult job. They are all great quilts and I would love to own any one of them.
beautiful job, I voted, thanks Jean for reminding us to vote!
Our dear sweet Jean, I surely hope I didn't cause any concern with my comments...was just thinking outloud and should have just kept it to myself because your categories were really not any trouble and I know you did this so more people can receive prizes...you sweet, fair girl, you! Truly, the categories weren't that much trouble...I was just wondering if it might change the categories if I sent the vote in a lump sum...not to worry...you are doing a GREAT job! Please accept my humble apology.
The only thing that bothered me about voting is the best design, the best use of color and my favorite were sometimes the same quilt, lol!
Jean, thank you for making it simpler! Go vote, ladies!
..... PLEASE VOTE .... I KNOW I KNOW ...SO MANY BEAUTIES TO TRY TO VOTE THRU ... KIND OF JEAN TO MAKE IT 'SIMPLER', HOWEVER I'M NOT SURE IT IS ANY MORE SIMPLE JEAN .... THEY ARE ALL SO BEAUTIFUL.
I cannot change 'things', but I can change how I feel about them. Me.
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Come on ladies.... take a few sips of your coffee/tea and a few minutes and Vote - Jean and these ladies worked way too hard not to receive recognition.
Every year, voting has been difficult, but this year it seemed more so. I agree that my top choices would have been for more then one category. Putting my thinking cap on, was able to break them into categories so that more challengers could be recognized.
Jean, don't envy you having to tally the results. Good luck. Thanks for all the hard work and dedication to this quilting challenge.
We're waiting for the results (not so patiently).
● ● ● Less than TWO days to go.
Have you sent in your votes?
Guess I should vote so that I don't get into trouble!
Jean - I was so glad you went with the simpler "top ten" votes. I had my list and kept moving things around and was having a terrible time trying to get them categorized to send. I was thrilled to be able to send them all in.
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