The First Glenderella Blog Contest

The first person to point out the mistake in the quilt (which I didn’t even notice until someone pointed it out at class Tuesday.) wins a pair of Glenderella trademark crocheted heavy duty indestructable handmade potholders. I would make it part of the design, but it might interfere with the design when I make the quilt a little bigger. Maybe some of you noticed it already and were too polite to point it out? :Β  ) This is something that anyone can notice, not just a quilter.

It is so refreshing to go to a class and talk about art and color – I encourage anyone who is a crafter or artist in any sense to take a class and learn something different. It is really helpful to use a different part of your brain. I always feel rejuvenated after class. I feel the same way after Knit Knight. Sometimes doing an artistic activity WITH other people is very different than doing it alone. The interaction informs your choices differently.

6 thoughts on “The First Glenderella Blog Contest

  1. I see it. But I thought you did it on purpose as a “balance the color thing.” But I’m weird in that I really like the quilt the way it is. I think it is really cool. You are right, though, that it would have to be fixed if you do make it bigger.

    I’m deliberately not pointing out the “design feature” so that someone else can get the potholders. I have tons of those from my grandmother.

    My lights are going into my basement tomorrow. At that point, I will start moving all the crafting stuff downstairs and watch out then!!

  2. I found it but will take my name out of the contest. πŸ˜‰ The house Mom for our sorority gave us all crocheted potholders when we graduated, and I may have gotten some from you at some point in the last 15 years. πŸ™‚

  3. I am going to declare Kari and Zoe both winners, because Kari knew it was something with a corner, and Zoe zeroed in on the corner! That upper left hand corner stripe should be blue! Whoops! If I were going to leave the quilt this size, I would definitely leave it that way, but since I am going to make it bigger, I am trying to figure out if I can work it into the design or if I will have to fix that.

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