Quirky Question: describe your quilt (sans colors)

Posted by on October 24, 2012, in quirky question

Martingale's Quirky Question

Thanks for stopping by for our weekly Quirky Question—where the question’s just for fun, your answer’s always welcome, and you could win an eBook for free!

Mini Mimi appliqued quilt(Left: “Mini Mimi” from Mimi Dietrich’s Favorite Appliqué Quilts.)

Lights, mediums, darks. Brights, jewels, pastels. Primary, secondary, tertiary. Tints, shades, tones. What’s one big reason quilters love quilting? COLOR! Here’s a colorful—and perhaps challenging—question:

Without revealing any colors, how would you describe the project you’re working on right now?

Post your answer in the comments before noon (PST) on Monday, October 29, for your chance to win. The winning comment will be posted on Wednesday, October 31, along with the next question.

Last week’s question was, “If you could witness any event in person—past, present, or future—what would it be, and why would you want to witness it?” Here’s last week’s winning response:

“I’d like to be there when the Mona Lisa was being painted so I could ask her who she was and why she was smiling like that!”

Last week’s winning comment was written by Kayt. Congratulations, Kayt (and thanks for the giggle). Look for an email about how to get your free eBook.


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