Last Call!

Posted on May 22nd, by Amy in Bloggers Quilt Festival. 30 comments

Hi friends! Wow, wow, WOW! There’s about 650 beautiful quilts linked up in our Festival!

Spring '14 Blogger's Quilt Festival -

I hope you’ve had plenty of time to view all the quilts, and nominate your favorite for the Viewer’s Choice awards. It’s always so fun to see what everyone gravitates to.  If you get an error message, try adding “?4″ (or any number) to the end of the link – it just needs to be slightly different if someone has already added the same quilt to the linky.

advertI’m excited to share that Baby Lock is generously giving away a Melody machine, just like mine! To enter to win, leave a comment on this post!

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If you haven’t yet added your quilt(s) to the linkys, now is the time! Here’s the quick rules : one quilt, one category, up to two quilts per person. If you got mixed up and added your quilt to multiple categories - we need to take make sure it’s just in one. Email me if you need help!

Check out all the prizes, and enter to win by leaving a comment here.

Quicklinks to categories : MiniSmallLargeAppliqueArtHand QuiltedHome Machine QuiltedModernOriginal DesignROYGBIVScrappy

Thank you to everyone that has participated!


30 thoughts on “Last Call!

  1. 1

    Sounds like a successful quilt festival. I enjoyed putting in an entry into the “large” category and getting lots of comments on it.

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    Susanne says:

    I’ve enjoyed checking in each day! Ready to vote!

  3. 3
    Karen Martin says:

    It’s so fun to see all the quilts–thanks for doing the Festival!

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    Rina says:

    Love viewing all the quilts and seeing so many talented people displaying their creations. Big thank you and to Baby Lock also.

  5. 5
    Diane says:

    What a treat to look at all the quilts! Thanks for putting this together again.

  6. 6
    Tiffany says:

    Thanks, Amy! I’m excited to see what everybody nominated!

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    Maya Cole says:

    Amy, Thank you so much for putting this on! As a busy mom of three teens I can’t always get away to quilt shows like I would like to. The Blogger’s Quilt Festival is my way of getting inspired, enjoying the beautiful creations and taking a visual vacation from my day.

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    Debbie says:

    Beautiful quilts. Love your site!

  9. 9

    Thank you for this great way to share and see all the creativity in quilts.

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    Liz says:

    Thanks again, Amy! Your quilt festivals are up there in my favorite quilting events of each year – and we get them not once but twice!

    I am not a blogger and wish there was a way for those of us not blogging to participate, but in either case, I love coming to see the beautiful, innovative things people are doing, and to vote on my favorites. Thanks again!

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    Karen Miller says:

    What a fantastic collection of creativity Amy — thanks for hosting and thanks to all the sponsors for their awesome giveaways! Karen

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    Sarah says:

    I can’t wait to vote. This is the third festival I’ve voted in. My goal now is to have a blog by the next one so I can enter a quilt!

  13. 13
    Mary Ann says:

    I have really enjoyed seeing all the wonderful quilts in each category. There are some awesome quilters out there!

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    Vicki says:

    I am headed over to vote!! Thanks for the reminder.

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    CitricSugar says:

    As always, Amy, this is so much fun! Thank you!

  16. 16

    WOW… so many quilts, so much talent displayed! Thanks again for hosting this.

  17. 17
    dianna eickhorn says:

    What a great opportunity to display our most treasured quilts and have everyone SEE them! Thanks again.

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    Sue Daurio says:

    Thanks for another awesome quilt festival!!

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    Jayne says:

    Love seeing all the categories, quilts…art! Thank you for being such a gracious host!

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    Nancy Ratliff says:

    Sure would be nice to be able to vote, but I just can’t figure out how to go about it.

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    Nadine says:

    I loved seeing all those gorgeous quilts. Thanks for another great festival.

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    Lisa E says:

    As usual the Festival is an awesome way to spend some quality time with quilts. Thank you for all of your hard work.

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    Four dogs and one quilter says:

    Another great Festival! Thanks for much for taking the time to organize this festival. So much fun.

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    Lotje says:

    I had tremendous fun, watching this digital quilt exhibition! So many works and worlds to see. And full of new ideas!! Thank you Amy, for organizing all this!

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    Pauline says:

    It’s been a great festival – can’t wait to see who has won!!

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