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Thread: Just wanted to let you know...

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    Red face Just wanted to let you know...

    Hi--Just wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for your warm welcomes to (me and) all the new quilters on the board. Hope you all had a very happy holiday, and will have a marvelous new year! I've been working on many projects, all at the same time, as I know many of you do. One quilt has turned into 2, because my cousin decided she liked both the back & front, and that I should make them both fronts (and of course, give them to her!). A fair trade, I decided, because she'll be giving me an antique Lone Star! Now that my WIPs have increased in number, I'm going to have to stretch my life-span once again to accommodate! Yes, I know it's only a small increase, but the plans, the plans!! Now, a question: How many WIPs, UFOs, and PIMs (projects in mind) do you have to keep you busy in the new year? Wait, I guess PIMs is a little difficult, because I have hundreds of books & magazines! Like I said: llife-span extension! So, maybe just WIPs & UFOs?

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    I have one UFO. Yes, just one. I'm waiting on DH to decide on the font for the embroidery work to be done on it, then I can finish it up and put it up for sale.

    I have two waiting to be LA'd but they are in no hurry and those were made by a co-worker/friend.

    So I get to start fresh as soon as I get a few business things done for the year.

    Now, I do have several that I want to do, a few that are promised but not even started yet....including one that the fabric isn't even available yet!

    Phyllis
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    I stopped counting my ufo's at #29! My new goal is not to start anymore for awhile, hahahahah!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezyquilts View Post
    I stopped counting my ufo's at #29! My new goal is not to start anymore for awhile, hahahahah!!!

    I quit at 32....how sad is that???

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    I shall be finishing a bunch of UFOs I hope. I do not like them waiting on me.
    Sue
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    And it never hurts to keep an angel on your shoulder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok View Post
    I quit at 32....how sad is that???
    Jacquie--I bow to you! I don't have nearly that many in progress, but I'll bet that you finish yours before I do! I am in awe of the quality, and quantity of the work that is processed by the members of this board! I am an avid fan!

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    I have a few...2 I can think of right now but know there are more and ones that I am thinking about are very many. I have several "bagged up" projects ready to cut out..probably about 10 of those. I am just waiting to find a "GO" somewhere cheap...like at a thrift shop!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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