Second Sew Along Vote for Your Choice Please

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  1. I voted a second time for A Snowball’s Chance and I see it probably has a snowballs chance in 😮 of winning! lol
    I think all three are wonderful quilts 😊

  2. Tish says:

    You picked three very good choices for us to pick from. I really had to think about it, but cast my vote I did 🙂

  3. I voted … and I was excited to see that my choice was in the lead! I won’t even need to buy any fabrics … but I’m determined to not start another project and to finish my UFOs so that I get my PHD in 2018!!!
    When do you plan to start the QAL? and how often will you post the steps?
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  4. I didn’t join in on the Regatta QAL, and I should have because I loved how those turned out! So maybe I can this time and I’ve been wanting to develop some equilateral triangle skills, too!

  5. Kathryn says:

    I think I like the star quilt best, although they all do have their positives. All the best with this, I have too many projects on the go at the moment and one more I am going to take on, but I need to finish, finish, finish!!!

  6. I like the first one, but I actually like them all.

  7. Christine says:

    How fun to get everyone involved in the selection process! I have to admit to bursting into laughter after seeing chrisknits’ comment while scrolling down to the bottom. Our dreams are so funny sometimes! I had a doozy of one last night myself!

  8. cheriec12 says:

    How did you know? I downloaded that pattern when you first blogged about it for a later date. Maybe I’ll do it sooner rather….

  9. Rebecca Grace says:

    I like the star quilt best, too… But if I was participating in the QAL I would probably disobey the instructions and make mine from diamond patches instead of from equilateral triangles — even though I do have the equilateral triangle die for my Accuquilt GO! cutter and I know that the triangle version would simplify the piecing tremendously. Unnecessary seams are a pet peeve of mine, and I like to make myself miserable with Y-seams at every possible opportunity… 🙂

  10. chrisknits says:

    Totally off topic, but the other night I dreamed Sue was cutting out fabric while wearing a Nun’s habit. Although I really don’t know what Sue looks like, the person who was doing this, in my mind, was Sue. I swear I don’t think I was on drugs, no wait, I had taken a Gabapentin for my legs. Hallucination is not a side effect listed for that drug. HAHAHAHA!!!

  11. I waffled between the star quilt and Up from Here, and ended up going with Up from Here. As for the waistline vs snowball, I woke up one morning and I was a snowball. When did that happen? Anyway, that’s a whole ‘nother discussion! Thanks for letting us vote!

  12. Shannon Fleming says:

    I vote for #1. I like simple!

  13. nanamickie says:

    I really like number 2 but have some interest in number 1. I’m tired of star quilts right now so I’ll pass on that. Have a great day!

  14. Gretchen says:

    I also voted for the star quilt, to me there was no other choice! However, I won’t be joining in this time. I’m so focused on my list, the longer I say no to other projects, the easier it gets. I’ll bookmark the pattern for the future though. I’ll enjoy watching all the other participants progress.

  15. sandradny says:

    I voted for the star quilt — but you’ll have to teach me how to use an equilateral triangle. I’m pretty sure that I haven’t read that word since 10th grade geometry???Yikes!

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