Quilt Challenge Project


This year the quilt challenge is very simple. You look around your sewing area, find something that you have started but never finished, a kit you purchased that is still unopened, a quilt that needs a border or binding, a small project that only needs to be embellished or quilted, anything you would like to bring. Place it in a brown lunch bag, gift bag, or grocery bag, any bag that cannot be seen through, (don't forget the pattern or instructions) close the top tightly (staple or tape) so no PEEKING and bring to the August or September meeting. At the October meeting, you can then choose someone else's bag and finish it. At the May meeting bring your finished project with the assigned number attached (either in same bag you received it in or gift bag of your choice) to give back to the owner. No projects will be voted on as everyone wins with the return of their previous UFO!

1. Size – up to 144 linear inches (total of all sides added together)
2. Difficulty – easy to average
3. Everything needed to complete the project must be included in the bag, however, you may allow the receiver to use whatever they wish to complete. (Don't forget the pattern and complete instructions)

Fill out the form provided by one of the coordinators and attach to your bag – no name on it— that's it!! I have done this one before and it is really fun. It got me out of my comfort zone and I learned a new technique which I never would have done and LOVED it. So take the challenge and help someone else finish their UFO.