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Thread: 2013 UFO Challenge of the Month

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    asimplelife - your table topper is beautiful. There seems to be an added sense of accomplishment (for me anyway) when a quilt is made from scraps, don't you think?

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    Oh so many finishes while I was outta town! Horray! All o' 'em are wonderful! I really enjoyed lookin' at 'em.
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    knitette and a simple life are all those quilts ever cute!
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    For some reason I'm not getting this thread on my notifications--but I found it easily and have caught up--oh what lovelies both big and small. And with a musical fanfare I can say I have some WIP's done. Most of these are going to the NICU that cared for our GS that is already 18 months old. Finally good intentions are getting done.

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    The last one is still a flimsy.
    The next one is scraps. 2 different block sets-one with a black border and one without. Love the crayon fabric in the border. Lots of "I Spy" opportunities in this one.Name:  036.JPG
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    I pieced the next blocks on a fabric foundation--no batting and used a cute transportation flannel on the back.Name:  039.JPG
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    This little quilt I call a "step" quilt, made of scraps and Thomas the Train on the back.Name:  041.JPG
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    And finally another flimsy just waiting for the quilting. Love the rainbow fabric for the backing.Name:  043.JPG
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    Thanks for sharing. I love the loony tunes quilts. Didn't know about red and black being good for babies - much more striking than the traditional pastel colours.

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    This is from a RR we did here in 2010. My grandson picked it out of all of my UFOs for his re-done pre-teen bedroom. Because he has a twin bed I took the last yellow border off and used the fabric for the binding! Worked perfectly....and he loves it! It is called Cosmic Dreams and I love what everyone added to make this an exciting and vibrant quilt!
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    Both beautiful quilts.

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    Love all of these. I love to make baby quilts in bright colors and I'm told the babies love them too.

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    OMG, love this quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherryquilts View Post
    Well, finally - I have a couple of finishes. I had good intentions last year and I did start AND finish some projects that I had to do (like baby quilts and Christmas presents) but UFOs, not so much. Life and work got busy and as you can see by the dates on the labels I did 'finish' these last year, but I finally took the time to make the labels and finish the last two feet of binding. Gumballs is 104"x104", and quilted on my Bernina. Log cabin was QAYG, about 78"x91".
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    Sherry, these quilts are just so fabulous! I did a smaller version of your turquoise one last month for my charity bees group, except my zigzags were horizontal rather than vertical
    Old quilters never die, we just go to pieces

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