We’re now half way through season 11 of Project QUILTING! I can hardly believe it! In just three challenges, 416 quilts have been created during the weeks of the challenges! 416!
Project QUILTING is a free program but A LOT of work happens behind the scenes. If you would like to support the maker behind the challenge, here are a few ways to do that:
Project QUILTING Gear
Head over to the Zazzle shop and purchase some Project QUILTING gear!
Back in 2018, Craftsy gave us a weeks’ notice that they were closing our pattern shops either completely or nearly completely. I was a lucky one and a few of my patterns remained up BUT I had TONS that were taken down. I have finally gotten things together and I’ve listed the block tutorials on my etsy shop for a low fee.
Trish and I both love to travel to guilds and give our talks and teach.
You can see what Trish has to offer by going HERE but also feel free to contact her directly. She’s an incredible speaker and teacher and I highly recommend her.
Information about the lectures and classes I have to offer can be found HERE.
I’ve been trying to convince Trish that we need to come up with a team lecture … what do you think? Any thoughts on what topic we’d cover?
Just love this program but don’t need any more “stuff”. I have created a “donate” option on my website store.
Social Media Support
A way you can support us without spending any money is to support us on social media. Be sure you like and follow us in all the places you are on social media. After you do that – share it with your family and friends! You never know who is a closet quilter or who might be inspired by the Project QUILTING Challenge. The more followers and the higher our numbers are the more likely companies will sponsor the fun!
Social Media Links:
- QuiltChicken on Instagram
- PersimonDreams on Instagram
- Project QUILTING on Facebook
- Persimon Dreams on Facebook
- Challenge Quilts Facebook Group
- PersimonDreams on Pinterest
And to end – I just want to say thank you to you all for all the support you’ve already given. If no one participated in these challenges it would not be what it is today.
Another way to support me is to click on my affiliate links. Below I’ve included the companies that I’m affiliated with. By clicking on the links I’ve listed, and making a purchase, I will receive a small percentage from the sale which also adds up and helps support the work behind this blog.