Have you seen all the diverse and creative quilts coming together for our Binary Two Color Challenge? Crazy good work and design have been spotted at sew-ins, on Facebook, and on Instagram. There are probably images on Flickr too, but there’s only so much time to surf when there’s sewing to be done! If I missed your picture, I apologize.
In case you’ve forgotten, your Binary Two Color Challenge quilt is due this Saturday, December 7, at the Holiday Party and Sew-in at the Greenwood Senior Center. The challenge quilts will be exhibited at Island Quilter on Vashon Island during January. The opening reception is January 3 from 6:00-9:00 pm.
After finishing your quilt with a hanging sleeve and a label, there’s one more thing to do before turning in your quilt for the exhibit. Don’t worry. It’s just a form to fill out. Don’t forget to give us your quilt’s backstory and inspiration. Here’s the form.
If you need a bit more time or you can’t be at the December 7 sew-in, the form has details about getting your quilt to Island Quilter.
Show-and-tell on Saturday is sure to be quite a show. Can’t wait to see your quilt!
I’m so excited to see everyone’s quilts! Hope I can get mine done!
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