Carolina Lily Project QUILTING Challenge–Time to Vote

You did it!  And now it’s … TIME TO VOTE!  Choose your TEN Favorite Quilts below that were created for the Project QUILTING Carolina Challenge and click on the heart to vote (upper right corner)!  You can click on the photo’s themselves to read the “story” behind the quilt – my favorite part!  When you stop 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.

We’re on a Project QUILTING “off” week so be sure to catch up on all the things you may not have done during challenge week!

The quilt with the most votes will receive …

IMG_4760This Jelly Roll of Bonnie & Camille basics from Moda Fabrics!!!!

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I couldn’t decide which photo of the jelly roll I liked better so I just posted both.  These are really fun to photograph!

 
There are a few of us who can’t qualify for prizes but still want to share with you what we created for the Project QUILTING challenge.  I’ve created a special link up for us!  Not only will we be linking up here but if you didn’t finish the challenge in time you’re welcome to link up below so folks can see your finished project – whenever that may be!
 

3 comments:

  1. So many beautiful quilts! I wish I could have voted for at least ten more. Great work everyone. I love the idea of the never ending link up for those of us who didn't finish this week. (I didn't start - but I did put this block on my "to do" list)

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  2. I can't vote! The hearts aren't in the corners like in past link ups. Am I on the wrong page? Please help if you see this in time!

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