Good morning, it’s Cindy reporting in from Ohio!
In our January 17, 2019 post, I mentioned participating in a Customer Challenge Contest hosted by one of my favorite quilt shops, Red Rooster Quilts
The challenge was to use one fat quarter of Living Coral (the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year) and one other fabric to make a Mini Quilt that is 20 inches square or less.
Thanks to all our readers for helping us pick a coordinating fabric! Based on your feedback, we chose this cute floral print to coordinate with Living Coral:
Using the wonders of modern technology, I would text pictures to Sandy about various designs and she would offer ideas and suggestions in real time. This design didn’t make the cut!
Here’s the final version we submitted for the challenge:
There were about 35 mini quilts submitted for the contest. Although our submission didn’t win, we had a lot of fun working together…across the miles… on the challenge!
6 thoughts on “Challenge Revisited”
Sure looks like a winner to me! That is a cute quilt!
Hi Cindy! This design didn’t win??! I think this is just wonderful – I love the churn dash blocks and even more the sashing and setting stones. Fabulous, and so happy/spring looking. I think you should have won. ~smile~ Roseanne
Tee hee…thanks for the vote!
It’s really bright and cheerful. And anyway, the fun you had making it should be more important than winning lol.
Yes, it was a lot of fun!
Aww…I think your mini is beautiful….so bright and cheery –definitely bought a smile to my face ♥