The Aiming for Accuracy quilt-along (QAL) was held in the Summer/early Fall of 2013. The lessons, blocks and detailed photo tutorials have been removed from this site and are now available for sale as a complete booklet.
Find out more about it here: Aiming for Accuracy Booklet.
Hi everyone! Below are the prizes for Lesson 7 of our quilt-along. The link to submit your Lesson 7 photo(s) is below as well as the photos that have been submitted. Continue to visit this page to see the new submissions.
Lesson 7: Prizes
We have five prizes to give-away for this lesson. Please show your thanks, and support the sponsors by visiting their sites to learn more about them.
Our friends at Incomparable Buttons have donated five bundles of their adorable buttons. Each bundle will include the bird buttons below plus three other sets to be chosen randomly. Two packs will be awarded for this lesson.
Annie has donated a copy of her bohemiannie! bag pattern.
Submit your Photo(s)
To be eligible to win one of the prizes shown above for Lesson 7, you must submit your photo to this site using the link below. Be sure to read the instructions on the following pages.
If you are making more than one version of the quilt, you can submit one photo in each different colourway, for additional entries. For example, if you are making the quilt in three different fabric sets, you can enter three times by submitting three different photos. Don’t submit one photo with more than one colourway or you’ll only be entered once.
Photos for this lesson are due Sunday, August 18th, 2013 at midnight (EDT). Amy Gay, our volunteer prize coordinator, will be notifying the winners. You can continue to share your photos after this date if you like.
Lesson 7 is Unit C2.
NOTE: The link to upload photos is different for each lesson. Always click on the appropriate blog post entry to submit your photos each week.
Lesson 7: Photos
The photos below will be automatically updated when a new submission is received.
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