The deadline to enter is coming up soon but there's still time to make a quilt and enter into the competition. Quilts have to be at least 25" x 25". That's something many of us "small quilters" can handle. Clothworks started this movement in hopes of restoring the proud tradition of American textiles and has produced a fabric entirely sourced and manufactured in the United States. Check out their gorgeous American Made Brand fabrics and see if you can come up with an idea for a quilt.
The theme of the exhibit is: “Celebrating Farm to Fabric.” What does it mean to you, your family or your community to bring fabric production back to the United States to use in your American made quilts? American-made fabric for American quilts. What a great way to express our American spirit. I hope some of you will decide to take the challenge.
In conjunction with this exhibit was the Illinois license plate block I made for the AMB Blog Tour 50-state quilt this past spring. Well, all of the state blocks are now in and the quilt is being sewn together. See if you can find mine. It's a little inconspicuous, so good luck . . . .
Quilters, I know you like a challenge so put your sewing skills to work and enter!