Show Me Something That’s a Challenge

Quilt challenges are some of my favorite ways to start (and finish!) a project! I love having a limited focus delivered by the challenge whether it be a color palette, style, theme, skill, or tool. And I love a deadline for getting things done! I recently wrote about the now underway season of Project QUILTING challenges. This month, Show Me Something That's a Challenge, that is, a quilt you've finished from a challenge prompt. This can be something from a past challenge or something new you finish this month. Please linkup up to 3 projects.

If you've participated in any kind of quilt challenge in the past, please linkup what you've made. If you're looking to try out a quilt challenge for the first time, here are a few options in January:

Project QUILTING 12.1: Illuminating + Ultimate Gray (January 10 deadline)

Project QUILTING 12.2: theme announced on January 24. (January 31 deadline)

Pantone 2021 Artisan Challenge (January 29 deadline)

Covid Mini Quilt Challenge (January 7 deadline)

Hoffman 2020 Challenge (April 1 deadline)

Or you can choose any past challenge as your prompt for a personal challenge this month! Want a random challenge? Comment below and request a challenge prompt and I'll give you your very own challenge prompt for the month. :-)

Here are some of the quilts (my daughter and) I have made for challenges in past years. (Click on images to read more about them.) I also recently shared specifically about quilts I've made for Project QUILTING challenges.

Possibly My First Challenge Quilt (circa. 2005)

Nine-Patch Challenge

Pantone Ultra Violet Quilt Challenge

Vintage Reimagined Challenge

My Daughter's Red, White and Blue Challenge

Curves Challenge


I look forward to seeing what you've created for quilt challenges in the past as well as any new challenges you finish this month!

Here are the linkup details:

  • The monthly Show Me Something quilt linkup will start on the first of the month and continue until midnight (PST) on the last day of the month.
  • You may linkup a maximum of 3 new or old finished projects that fit the theme.
  • You may linkup a blog post or Instagram post.
  • Participation in the linkup grants me permission to use an image of your project in a future blog post, with credit and a link back to your post.
  • If you linkup from a blog post, please link back to this post in your post. If you post from Instagram, you can tag me @sarahgoerquilts.
  • Visit others in the community who share their projects... and leave comments. :-)

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