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Thread: 2013 UFO Challenge of the Month

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    Super Member wildyard's Avatar
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    Ringing the bell for meeee!!!!! Yayyyyy, I sent off the first complete version of the pattern for my Focus Point quilt to the Alpha tester. Now I just have to wait to hear what changes I need to make for the final copy!!
    Linda Wedge White

    I believe UFOs are like scraps, ferns and dust bunnies. Once you get two, they send spores out into the air and more just happen anywhere the spores meet.

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    Hey Linda!

    Tinkle tinkle, ring ring and ding dong!
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    Great finishes everyone! I thought I'd share a button I made for my blog... this is my mantra for 2013!
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    I finished my first FMQ quilt ...a square sort of crib size. this was my first attempt of any thing this large and everything previously had been straight line (and some wavy lines) with my walking foot. It's far from perfect but I did it and now have some confidence built up for the next one! I discovered that marking on the " golden threads" paper was a big help in conquering spaces. Can't wait To do some more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowirish View Post
    I finished my first FMQ quilt ...a square sort of crib size. this was my first attempt of any thing this large and everything previously had been straight line (and some wavy lines) with my walking foot. It's far from perfect but I did it and now have some confidence built up for the next one! I discovered that marking on the " golden threads" paper was a big help in conquering spaces. Can't wait To do some more.
    Here's a pic
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    The back.....

    And the back
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    Looks like you did a wonderful job Mary!
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    Now that's just way too cute!
    Bev
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    @Shadowirish: Tinkle tinkle, ring ring and ding dong!
    Fraew

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    Cute quilt Shadowirish! Love those colors.

    Here is UFO Finish #7 - Shabby Roses!

    The pattern I used is called "Down the Garden Path" from an April 2002 issue of McCall's Quilting. This quilt was inspired by a set of fat quarters I bought from Keepsake Quilting. The fabric line is Tudor Garden by Faye Burgos for Marcus Brothers. This quilt was pieced in 2005 and professionally quilted in Dec. 2012.

    I had to scramble to piece a backing large enough when I realized I had not purchased enough of the large floral on green. Fortunately I found the matching large floral on tan in my stash and had enough leftovers from the top to make it work!
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