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Sisters Ann Elise Alexander and Wilma Alexander worked on their quilt, 365 Quilt Challenge 2016, each day for a year using a block-a-day pattern they found.

365 Quilt Challenge 2016 by Ann Elise Alexander of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with Wilma Alexander, was featured in the Pieced, Large category at Houston 2019.


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#14 margblank 2020-08-04 13:06
What a good idea! And a great way to use up scraps!
#13 pennyELM 2020-08-03 12:42
Congratulations to you both for accomplishing your goal and ending up with two lovely quilts!
#12 Giquilt 2020-08-01 06:06
I started this quilt in 2016 when Kathryn Kerr offered it as the 365 Challenge. Since no one was doing it around me I went to an online forum. I noticed one of the Quilters was listed in TN like me. I PM her and we communicated several weeks thru PM. Then we decided to exchange emails. Long story short we both finished 365 on December 31st, 2016. We are still
E-pals today (instead of pen pals.) We still share quilt pictures of blocks or chat about what we are working on everyday. Someday soon we will meet in person.
#11 artsyal 2020-07-29 15:09
I love it. It's beautiful and what memories of doing this together.
#10 Meleg Christine 2020-07-29 14:56
Amazing! This would take me five years to complete! Congratulations !!!!!
#9 Old Quilter 2020-07-29 11:59
Some of those blocks look so tiny yet so perfect. What a wonderful way to spend a year with your sister
#8 SingingSandy 2020-07-29 10:13
Truly disappointed that I am one of only a few who think it useful to know the size of any quilt you show. Are the blocks 6", or 3"??? If you provided the overall quilt size, at least I could guess. Just ranting here. Sorry. Not sorry.
#7 vintagelady44 2020-07-29 09:21
This is a fun project, the blocks are 3 1/2” and 6 1/2”. I discovered it on Facebook in June. I do the current block, go back and do a previous month’s block. Gives
Me something to look forward to each day. Check out Shelia Christensen Hemisphere Quiltalong making a new triangle block a week.
#6 jane haackett harris 2020-07-29 09:01
That's a WOW quilt!!!
#5 LielluleQuilts 2020-07-29 08:54
Now that's a quarantine quilt! Absolutely outstanding!
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