Blogger’s Quilt Festival (Fall 2013) Begins This Week!

The online Blogger’s Quilt Festival kicks off this week, on Friday, October 25th to be precise. Hosted by Amy Ellis, it’s an online quilt show open to anyone who loves to quilt and enjoys blogging about their creations.

Blogger's Quilt Festival

Rather than stressing about making perfect quilts, it’s a chance to share and connect with others who share the same passion. There were over 600 entries in last spring’s show and it was like inspiration overload! My two entries from last spring’s festival are shown below:

Charming Chevrons, one of my early quilt along tutorials:

Viewer's Choice

Charming Chevrons, awarded Viewer’s Choice Spring 2013

Roses for Katelyn, made for my sweet sister’s baby girl:

Roses for Katelyn

French Rose Buds Pattern, Blogger’s Quilt Festival Spring 2013


If you have a recent finish, I encourage you to enter. It’s a great way to find new blog followers and fantastic blogs to follow! Plus it’s pretty fun to get positive feedback on your quilts. And you might even win a prize, either for entering your own quilt, or nominating your favorites. You just can’t go wrong by participating in this fun event.

Here’s an idea – show off one of your quilt along quilts, or finish up a current WIP!

For complete details including the festival schedule and rules, be sure to visit the Blogger’s Quilt Festival Main Page.

Be sure to check out last spring’s winners. You may even recognize some of the quilts from people you know (wink, wink)!

8 thoughts on “Blogger’s Quilt Festival (Fall 2013) Begins This Week!

  1. Mary Ann says:

    I really like the Bloggers Quilt Festival and to see all the wonderful quilts. Are you entering again this year? If so, will be looking forward to seeing what you enter.

  2. Cheryl says:

    I am looking forward to it. As a new blogger this will be my first time entering 🙂 I the spring I believe that bloggers were able to enter two quilts but I do not see that on the fall instructions. Do you know if we can linkup one or two quilts?

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