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Thread: A converted UFO

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    Junior Member momski's Avatar
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    This was a Joann Fabric's BOM that I never got all the pieces for so it became a UFO. I had a lightbulb moment the other day and decided to turn it into either a baby quilt or doll quilt for a friend's kiddo. I had one heck of a time finding complementary fabric but alas, it's come together.

    I am debating adding another small white border around the outside of the quilt. What do you think? Binding is dark green.

    FYI-This is my 100th post :D
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    Bind and finish.

    And GREAT save!

    What parts did you have to "create" to fill it out? Just the borders?
    Looks like it all came from the same kit.

    And congratulations on your 100th post!

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    What are the measurements of that block?

    Tara

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    Oh, and it is a very pretty block and a good way to get a UFO off your list!

    Tara

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_Chride
    What are the measurements of that block?

    Tara
    Which one?

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    Sorry, what is the "final" measurement of what you took a picture of?

    Tara

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Bind and finish.

    And GREAT save!

    What parts did you have to "create" to fill it out? Just the borders?
    Looks like it all came from the same kit.

    And congratulations on your 100th post!
    Wow, thanks. The below picture shows what I started with. There are two left over blocks (a nine-patch and appliqued block that I didn't use.) I only added the pink and green border strips.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo_Chride
    Sorry, what is the "final" measurement of what you took a picture of?

    Tara
    32 in (2ft 8in) x 40 in (3ft 4in)

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    Quote Originally Posted by momski
    There are two left over blocks (a nine-patch and appliqued block that I didn't use.) I only added the pink and green border strips.
    I love it! What a great transformation.

    You can always use the two extra blocks on the back.

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    Very pretty, well done.

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