2017 Project Linus Mystery Quilt Challenge-sign Up

Last year was the 2nd Project Linus Mystery Challenge “Gracie’s Get Well Garden.” This was a fun project and I enjoyed it very much. I challenged myself to make this using only fabrics from my stash.  I was even able to find some fabric I had for the backing which included woodland critters.

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2016 Gracie’s Get Well Garden

It is now time to sign up for the 2017 Project Linus Mystery Quilt Challenge “Exploring the World with Ethan.”

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This is a fund raising event. The cost of the pattern is $15 and is a donation to Project Linus National Headquarters or can be designated to a local chapter. The pattern will be released on Saturdays over 8 weeks beginning September 16th.  The pattern is one that can be done by quilters of all skill levels.  The printed patterns are accompanied by videos, which are very helpful to visual learners like me.

There is also a group on Facebook which follows this Challenge and includes fun giveaways. It is a great group of quilters sharing their accomplishments and expertise.

Won’t you join me and the others in supporting this organization and you will end up with a beautiful quilt.

Happy Stitching!

Quilt Mouse

About Quiltmouse

I am retired. I love to quilt. I make charity quilts as well as quilts for my friends & family.
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1 Response to 2017 Project Linus Mystery Quilt Challenge-sign Up

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