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    yes, every now and then, i pull the ufo's out of storage and see if any of them excite me enough to finish... most often, they go back into storage
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    they all look good, so far.

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    It just comes down to saying "Today, I finish one! " once that first one gets done you're on a roll and go for it!
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    Love your UFO's. They are all beautiful. Wish I had a sewing room to walk into!! My kitchen table is my sewing room and every meal it is clean up time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javin22 View Post
    Boy I walk in my sewing room and I feel like it is a landing pad for UFO's!! ERRRGGG!!
    I have 3 wall hangings and a table runner all partially done. Have you ever experienced this situation?
    As I sit in my kitchen watching the birds at the feeders while the snow falls- Love the birdhouse quilt- would you share the pattern?

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    Really nice projects!

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    Nice projects. I have to put everything away before I start something else or I wouldn't have enough room.
    Another Phyllis
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    Ah, so you too have a PhD in quilting -- Projects Half Done.
    (better than having PIGS -- Projects In Grocery Sacks!)
    Last edited by postal packin' mama; 01-29-2014 at 09:16 AM.

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    Join the club! Always several projects in different stages of completion..
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Oh, I am loving all the reply's How fun! I actually finished the two heart wall hanging just now. Been plowing into the UFO tasks to get them out of my sewing room. It is great to know I am not the only one who starts a project and then I get excited to start another one. I also have two tubs full of quilt tops and blocks to get done. I tell ya, the UFO's are just piling up in there.
    Last edited by javin22; 01-29-2014 at 10:36 AM.

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