The 350 Blocks Project is on Again!

Shelly from Prairie Moon Quilts is hosting the 350 Block Project again this year.

Last year (such a horrendous year) I ended up losing track and not counting after I hit 377 blocks. I’m not even going to try and guess how many I did. I’m hoping this year will be easier and I can get more done. 😉

Here are the stats from Shelly’s challenge last year:

2022 statistics:

  • • We had 116 participants sign up.
  • • Of those 116, we had 103 reporting participants.
  • • Of those 103 reporting participants, 83 were considered active participants, by reporting in at least 6 times during the year.
  • • Of those 83 active participants, 59 made it past the 350 mark!
  • •There were 21 of us that made it past 1000! 
  • • And . . . five of us made over 2000 blocks — WOW!

It is a bit mind boggling when you see what can be done by a like minded group.

If you’d like more information or to join in, head on over to Shelly’s site. The link is embedded in the logo.

Thanks for stopping by. 😁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 “The 350 Blocks Project is on Again!

    1. Hi Kathleen. It does seem like a lot. Last year was my worst year ever for my quilting but I still managed to make 377 before I lost track/quit counting. It does add up quickly. 😉

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