It’s finally time to submit your quilt top photos to be eligible for one of the grand prizes for our Aiming for Accuracy Quilt-Along.
The free quilt-along tutorials will be removed from this site, the shopping cart system and Craftsy on October 31st early in the morning. Please be sure that you’ve downloaded all necessary files and saved them to your computer. Just adding the files to your Craftsy library or wish list is not enough, you need to download and save the files.
The A4A Booklet will be available October 31st. If you’ve enjoyed the QAL, I do hope you’ll show your support and purchase the Booklet.
If you’re new here, check out the main QAL page where you’ll find all the information that you need, including the links to all the lessons.
Submit your Photo(s)
- Submissions due October 31st at 6:00 a.m. (EDT)
- The photo you submit must include the borders. If you made changes to the border(s) that is fine, you can still enter.
- Your quilt top does not need to be quilted or bound, but you can submit a finished photo if you like.
- One photo only per colour way (for those that made more than one quilt top).
- Winners chosen October 31st after 6:00 a.m. using random.org.
- Amy, our volunteer prize coordinator, will email all winners Oct. 31st. Prizes awarded in order of those replying to Amy’s email. Be sure to check your spam folder too.
- If you’ve won a prize in the past, you ARE eligible to win a grand prize too.
A4A Quilt Tops
The photos below will be automatically updated when a new submission is received.
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We have twelve (12) grand prizes to award. As a thank you to Amy for being such a fabulous volunteer prize coordinator, she will claim one of the prizes. So, we’ll have eleven (11) winners from the quilt top submissions.
Please show your thanks, and support the sponsors by visiting their sites to learn more about them.
Please note: It is Quilt Market and Festival time and as such many of our sponsors are in Houston until the first week of November. The sending of some prizes may be delayed, please be patient.
Pam from Mad About Patchwork has donated a $50 gift certificate to be used in her online shop. Be sure to check out the beautiful fabrics and great prices from this online retailer … you won’t be disappointed.
Aurifil has donated one of Pat Sloan’s Art Collection 50 wt. thread kit. This kit contains 12 – 1,300 metre spools of 50 wt thread in Pat’s choice of basic colours: 2000, 2140, 2220, 2340, 2372, 2460, 2605, 2692, 2775, 2887, 2890, 2920.
Granma’s Treasures has donated this lovely give package containing 3 yards of mushroom print cotton from Clothworks ‘Critter Jamboree’, 1 90-degree triangle ruler, Omnigrid #98L, 4 packages of la petite buttons, and the kit to make two pillows from the fabric ‘Garden Song’by Nancy Halvorsen – includes all fabrics and instructions, no filler. You can see the sample pillows in the background.
Dorothy from Crazy Horse Quilting has donated longarm quilting services. The winner can choose between a free edge-to-edge (her choice of pattern) on the finished QAL quilt or 50% off custom quilting on the QAL quilt. Winner is responsible for the cost of batting; thread is included. Location: Washington state
Olivia from Just Sew Olivia has donated a $100 gift certificate towards her custom longarm quilting services. All of her quilting is hand-guided custom work — no pantograph or computerized quilting. Location: Florida
If there is no need for the longarm quilting services, Olivia has donated two of her latest patterns as an alternative. Shark Bait and Toothless (Dragon) Costume (available soon).
Jennifer from Shabby Fabrics has donated a $50 gift certificate to be used in her online shop. Be sure to check out the beautiful fabrics and gorgeous appliqué Blocks of the Month that they do… you won’t be disappointed. Also, there’s a free year-long BOM too that I just adore.
Quilter Janet Monnett has donated this lovely package of goodies from her stash which includes one yard of black batik, four fat quarters, two patterns and two books along with a note pad.
Daphne Greig of the Patchworks Studio has donated her The Pond Kit. This quilt kit includes: The Pond pattern and Northcott Stonehenge fabrics for the quilt top and binding. Quilt size: 45 1/2″ x 53″.
QuiltMate Pro is the perfect companion for watching quilting videos and viewing online tutorials. It is stand that enables you to use your iPad, Kindle or other 5″ to 10: tablet to its fullest potential by securing it in virtually any position to be used as a monitor, wireless camera, video recorder, webcam and more. Winner should have portable device to be able to use this prize.
Craftsy has donated an online class of the user’s choice.