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Ziggin and a Zaggin
A little history:
I am a HUGE fan of the TV show Project Runway, and after watching my first few episodes I right away wanted to learn to make clothes.
When I woke up from that delusion, I pondered for a moment what it was about Project Runway that so attracted me. Is it the fashion? Sure. Is it the people? Of course. But I think my real answer is: IT'S THE CHALLENGE.
These people are given a task, a few dollars and little time to complete it yet they make the most amazing things. I want to do that!
I wanted a challenge – with guidelines for time and end result.
Happy Holidays - 2012
Tradition Times Three - 2013
An Apple a Day - 2013
Pantone - 2013
What’s Your Sign? - 2013
Color MERCEDI - 2013
Triple Trouble - 2014
Can You Measure Up? - 2014
Birthday Colors - 2014
Panel It.- 2014
Red & White - 2014
Make it a Mini - 2014
Candy Corn - 2014
6 am - 2014
Baby It's Cold Outside - 2014
A.P.E. - PQ4Me retreat 2015
You have one week (until noon the next Sunday) to meet the challenge.
You don't have to send your project anywhere or even change out of your jammies - your completed project is entered by posting it online and then LINKING UP TO THE CHALLENGE POST on my blog:
In addition to the photo, please tell us a bit about your project in your post - give it a name, tell us the dimensions, and perhaps explain the thoughts or process behind your meeting the challenge. Also, because we're all over the world on the internet, please tell us your name and where you live.
Everyone who participates gets their name entered into a random weekly prize drawing AND in the final Season Grand Prize Drawing.
Then we take a week off to do laundry, dishes, etc. (Also, that's when I hold a viewer's choice voting!)
Each "season" of Project QUILTING lasts 12 weeks and includes 6 challenges.
You can participate in all the challenges, or just give one a try.
Additionally, in the "off-season" I sometimes post challenges, just for fun.
Season 10 starts on January 6th, 2019!!!!
Click to watch my 2014 appearance on PBS show "Sewing With Nancy" to discuss Project Quilting with host Nancy Zieman.