This post is a part of the Carolina Mingle quilt along that starts February 22, 2019 and ends March 15, 2019.
If this is the first time you are learning about this quilt along then please read this post for more details.
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I’ve been busy behind the scenes gathering sponsors for our new quilt along that starts a week from today! There’s nothing like great prizes and encouragement from your fellow quilters to help keep you on track.
If you’ve missed the announcement of the Carolina Mingle quilt along visit this page.
Prizes will be given away and announced only on Instagram. To enter you need only post photos of progress for your Carolina Mingle quilt and using the #CarolinaMingleQuiltAlong. The more times you use the hashtag the better your chances. To be eligible for prizes you must have a “public” account. If you have a private account, consider turning it to public for the length of the quilt along or just create an account with only your quilting and sewing and make that public. I will be choosing a winner the following day (a Saturday) after each weekly email is sent and announce it on Instagram. To claim your prize, you can DM me your info. Prizes are open internationally.
One thing: Since I am choosing winners so quickly after each step, it’s okay if you are not finished with that step. Just your progress is enough. You don’t have to have each step completed to be eligible for the giveaways. You could be eligible just by posting a photo of the fabrics you are using. I don’t like the idea of stressing you out, so please don’t feel that way. You can absolutely still be working on the first week’s work and win the prize in the third week. So take it easy, go at your own pace, and post!
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One last note about this quilt: It’s a great quilt for beginners. There is no fussy work to it. It’s all large pieces. The only method that may be new to you would be the foundation piecing (not paper foundation!). Once you get the hang of that, it’s a breeze. This is also a great quilt if you wanted something done quickly.