What does the word "rewarding" mean to you? Is your most rewarding quilt the first quilt you made? Is it the most challenging quilt you have ever made? Is it rewarding because of the recipient? We want to know: What is the most rewarding quilt you have ever made?
To participate in this month's contest, simply scroll down and post your answer in the "Add a Comment" box below. Winning responses are picked at random from all the entries we receive. We will give you until the end of the month to reply and will announce the winners here in April.
You could win a $10 gift certificate to ShopFonsandPorter.com. Good Luck!
Disclaimer: Winners will be contacted via email. If you do not respond within 7 days, your prize will be awarded to another participant.
Congratulations to our 3 Lucky Winners:
Jessibir: I would say my most rewarding quilt is the one I made with my first "brick" of fabric, purchased at the Chicago show with my sister. I call it my sister's quilt :) But then again, I just finished one for my brother, and he loved it so much.
BethinMich: The most rewarding quilt(s) I ever made were the ones I rescued from my sister's sewing room shortly after her death (Late November) and finished in time to present to her son, her daughter and two nieces for Christmas.
Judy T-Bellingham: The most rewarding quilt? I've loved nearly all of them for one reason or another. I really enjoyed the quilt I made for our local cancer infusion ward. It is my hope that the person who received it had successful treatments and is on her/her way back to health.