On Thursday, instead of heading to Savannah for QuiltCon 2017, The Engineer and I turned right and headed straight up the mountain where we
would will eventually make our way through the flu. While I didn’t get to see our Quilt #1 hanging amid the other breathtaking, eye-popping quilts that were juried into the QuiltCon exhibit, friends did post photos on Instagram.
Jen Broemel, a talented woman known as HighFivesAndSilverLines on Instagram, worked on her 70273 piece at a bee this weekend.
ScrappyTaffy found Quilt #1 “beautiful and moving.”
To read what our Roxanne Lasky had to say about our Quilt #1 and other quilts at QuiltCon, click right this way
Our Sharlene Jespersen was the fist to spot our quilt. She and her daughter, Sarah, attended QuiltCon together.
See those two red X’s in this beautiful 2017 stitching project by our Philippa Doyle? Those represent the two groups she spoke to about The 70273 Project in New Zealand this week.
The 70273 Project also made an appearance on Lori East’s blog this week, when she writes about a haunting exhibit of photos she went to see.
And in a touching post, our Chloe Grice wrote of the blocks she’s gathered in France.
I wasn’t online very much as I was babysitting in Denver the first half of the week and in bed being sick the second half of the week, but these are the things I heard about. Do you know of other places where The 70273 Project made an appearance?
Other places to gather around The 70273 Project water cooler:
Shop with Amazon Smile and support The 70273 Project.
Subscribe to the blog (where all information is shared).
Join the English-speaking Facebook group – our e-campfire – where you can talk to other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.
Join the French-speaking Facebook group – our other e-campfire – where you can chat with other members of The 70273 Project Tribe.
Like the Facebook page where you can check in for frequent updates.
Get folks to help celebrate your birthday by making blocks and/or donating bucks.
Follow the pinterest board for visual information.
Post using #the70273project on Instagram. (Please tag me, too, @whollyjeanne, so I don’t miss anything.)
Tell your friends what you want for your birthday.
And if you haven’t yet made some blocks, perhaps you’d like to put some cloth in your hands and join us.
Or maybe you’d like to gather friends and family, colleagues or students, club or guild members, etc. together and make a group quilt.
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