Our guild's annual challenge show (PPQG) was on exhibit last month. The challenge this year was to take a piece of music and make a quilt to somehow illustrate it. I entered three quilts.
This first one is small, about 11" square. I belong to a small group and we all decided to make small wonky houses and use the "Little Boxes" song as our theme. We had ten quilts to enter, and the lower right hand piece in the photo above has the words to the song printed on it.
I was assigned the color pink, so thats my little house right in the center. It was fun to make--totally free form, no pattern. It's not very visible, but I embroidered a little flower at the lower left, and that's a button green watering can near it.
We all agreed to price our little quilt-lets at the same price ($25.00). Several of them sold, including mine. We'll be rolling in the money now!
The next quilt I entered was a baby quilt. I blogged about this quilt here. It is one of my favorite designs: half-square triangles made from Bear Patch Bits fabric squares.
For the challenge I chose the song "Hush Little Baby Don't You Cry," and titled the quilt
"Go To Sleep."
And my third quilt was a Quilt of Valor that I recently completed. Since I had it available, I decided to enter it into the challenge using the song "Stars and Stripes Forever." I named the quilt "Brave and True."
I'm afraid I don't have a "whole quilt" photo to show you right now, but here are some process photos. Trust me, it really is finished! I blogged about it previously here, while I was working on the quilting. The top was made by the mother of a friend of my SisterStitches. The mother passed away before she had the chance to finish this quilt. I ended up with the quilt top and feel honored to finish it for her.