Hey there everyone-
I'm open to theme suggestions for the next forum challenge. So list your themes here and maybe it will be one of our challenges here online!
When thinking of a theme, try to imagine alternate interpretations of the theme as well. It's lots of fun to see what kinds of things people come up with with a simple topic.
We'll come back to this thread often to pick some themes for the challenges here on the forums, so please feel free to suggest away!
Cheryl / Muppin
In the August/September QA there was an interesting article on finding your unique design. I am actually going to do that - I have two that I'll be working on as soon as, well, you know.
Another one that I've been thinking about would be something seasonal WITHOUT using the obviously seasonal icons.
buildings other than houses comes to mind, and plants other than garden plants (ie weeds)
lol, I'll quit now and let someone else come up with a really good one.
"Birdview" or how you can see things from above.
Such as the map of your town, your country, a garden, a little someone in your life, and so on.
Maybe my english is not so good, but I hope you have understand what I mean
These are great suggestions, everyone! Keep them coming!
it's Good for You! be it what you will; Food , going green, [by food I mean chocolate!} Excercise,
That's the current theme for the next IQA call for entry over at quilts.com. It's a good theme.
how about favorite color in nature? or favorite zen-like or epiphany moment? or favorite "mom" sayings.
A few of my silly ideas:
I'll add more if I think of any. Can't wait to see what you decide on!
All great suggestions so far. How about:
Oh, I can't believe that happen!
Looking through the glass (window or mirror)
Do You Believe?
I really like "Do you believe?" or just simply Believe
Lessons from Home
Great suggestions everyone! Keep them coming!
"I dare you!"
2 + 2 = 4
Snap, crackle, pop!
"Get In Shape"--use a dominant shape such as one would find in a childs 'shapes' book--circle, square, triangle, etc., either just one shape, repeated, or many combined. Did this for a quilt show challenge a number of years back--responses were so varied (as well they should be!).
With Thanksgiving coming up, what we are truely grateful for might be a good theme.
or . . . staying with Thanksgiving, 'Harvest'
or . . . What about 'TURKEY' as a theme?