QUARTERLY CHALLENGE II– A challenge is when you take the instructions and interpret them and incorporate them into a project you.create.
OCTOBER CHALLENGE – Complete by 31 December 2020
Blacks and/or Whites fabric only
Use two or more shapes. Different sizes of one shape is still one shape.
Quilting includes two or more different thread colors.
Binding must have include a color other than black and/or white.
Post a photo on the Hawaii Quilt Guild Facebook Page (select Media – Album – Quarterly Challenge) or email me (Barb Rubio) and I can post for you. Prizes will be awarded on the first of the month following the end of each challenge.
July Challenge Entries:
We will begin a quarterly challenge to include everyone….quilters who love to quilt, but not necessarily who enjoy piecing blocks. A challenge is when one takes the instructions and interprets them and incorporates them into a project you create.
Start months: July, October, January, and April. Finish date is prior to the next starting month.
July Challenge – floral, brown fabric, a triangle, quilting stitches and a finished edge. NO SIZE restriction. Be creative.
Examples: – a brown floral fabric cut into a triangle with meander quilting and binding – a flower made of triangles with a brown stem with a quilted flower on the background; the edges stitched and trimmed with pinking shears. – Hawaiian quilt – brown background, white flower with echo stitching and finished as a pillow. Below is an example of what I made.
Post a photo of your challenge project on the Hawaii Quilt Guild Facebook or email it to me to post. I will select a name from all the entries for a prize Photos due NLT 30 September 2020. Have fun! Just another way to get involved and be creative! ~~Barbara Rubio