Hey! I’ve been working behind the scenes all week on the next Blogger’s Quilt Festival – I hope you are excited and ready! The Festival is set to begin on May 15, less than a month away!  Grab a button in the sidebar —->>> and share the info with your friends!

spring 2015 BQF Button

 

I’ve got great sponsors lined up for almost all of the categories, if you are a shop looking for exposure, drop me a note, and I’ll get the information to you right away.

Here’s a few details to help you get your post ready for May 15:

May 15 – 21 – Linky’s Open & Nominate for Viewer’s Choice

May 22 -29 – Vote for favorites in each of the categories

May 30 – Winners announced

Categories —

Each quilter may enter up to two quilts, each with it’s own post, and in separate categories. One category per quilt.

Mini Quilt Category – Quilts in this group measure no more than 80″ around.

Small Quilt Category – Quilts in this group measure more than 80″, but no more than 240″ around.

Large Quilt Category – Quilt in this group measure over 240″ around.

Applique Quilts – Hand or machine applique is welcome.

Art Quilts – Express yourself with fabric.

Hand Quilted – Quilted by hand.

Home Machine Quilted – Quilted on a domestic machine.

Modern Quilts – Modern to you, is modern to me.

Original Design Quilts – Designed by you, not a previously published quilt pattern.

ROYGBIV Quilts – Show off your rainbow.

Scrappy Quilts – Glad to have all those scraps in one beautiful place.

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To Participate & Win : : 
1 – Write a post the week of the festival, featuring your finished quilt (old posts will be deleted).
2 – In your post link back to the festival.
3 – Share a link to your post, in the linky on the festival post.
4 – Leave me a comment on the festival post to be entered into giveaways.
5 – Visit all the other quilters sharing their quilts and be inspired!

 

You can view past Festivals here, and there will be links on that page when the Festival begins.

I can’t wait to see all the quilts! Remember EVERYONE is welcome to join in the fun – no matter your style, or how long you’ve been quilting.

Happy Quilting –

Amy