350 Block Project

Since 2013 Shelly from Prairie Moon Quilts has a monthly block challenge with some amazing results. Here are the statistics from Shelley’s blog.

“2020 statistics:

  • 111 participants signed up this year.
  • • Of those 111, we had 98 reporting participants.
  • • Of those 98 reporting participants, 75 were considered active participants, by reporting in at least 6 times during the year.
  • • Of those 75 active participants, 58 made it past the 350 mark!
  • Twenty of us made it past 1000! That is way more than have ever made it past 1000 in any year! And . . . two of us made over 2000 blocks — WOW! Were we stuck at home or something? Haha!
  • • The greatest number of blocks made by one participant was once again Christopher, with 2425 blocks. Wow!
  • • The average number of blocks made by our group each month was 4723. That’s dangerously close to 5000 quilt blocks a month — I think we could cover the entire world with quilts! But isn’t that what quilters do?
  • • The total number of blocks made in 2020 by our entire group was 56,674.”

The new 350 Block Project kicks off on January 15th.

I know I’ll be joining in. It was so much fun to see how my stats held up next to everyone else’s. 😉 Carol


Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

2 thoughts on “350 Block Project

  1. Mine stank this year, but I did report more than 6 times, and was actively counting every month. Even when there was nothing to count. What comes after zero again? LOL Off to a better start for this year. Congratulations to you for doing so well.

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