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Thread: UFO Challenge of the Month 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeMaris View Post
    Thanks, I am glad you like it!!!
    Very pretty. Congrats on the finish!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeMaris View Post
    Ok, I have been so busy with other things in life and I have decided to complete some of my UFO's. Here is the 1st one I have completed. I donated it to the local hospital for their Relay for Life team to raffle off. The they have one more week to sell tickets and then they will raffle it to some lucky winner.
    That's just too darlin'!
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    I haven't visited this thread yet but certainly belong here as I have UFOs on top of UFOs. Since I started quilting again a month ago I've finished 4 UFOs. Blended Stars was my 1st finish, and one of my oldest (pieced in 2004). The pattern is Island Star from "More Fat Quarter Quilts" by M'Liss Rae Hawley.

    The 2nd quilt "Bees & Cats" will be donated to Project Linus. The blocks are from a Yahoo! Groups block exchange.

    Blue Yellow Brick Road is another "oldie". It was quilted by a long arm quilter (as was Blended Stars).

    The last project is a Halloween table topper using a Thimbleberries October Glow charm pack and a pattern called Everyday Table Topper from "Charmed and Dangerous" by Anka's Treasures.
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    Beautiful finishes asimplelife. Love that star one. You are doing well for one month starting back in. Glad to have you with us.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimplelife View Post
    I haven't visited this thread yet but certainly belong here as I have UFOs on top of UFOs. Since I started quilting again a month ago I've finished 4 UFOs. Blended Stars was my 1st finish, and one of my oldest (pieced in 2004). The pattern is Island Star from "More Fat Quarter Quilts" by M'Liss Rae Hawley.

    The 2nd quilt "Bees & Cats" will be donated to Project Linus. The blocks are from a Yahoo! Groups block exchange.

    Blue Yellow Brick Road is another "oldie". It was quilted by a long arm quilter (as was Blended Stars).

    The last project is a Halloween table topper using a Thimbleberries October Glow charm pack and a pattern called Everyday Table Topper from "Charmed and Dangerous" by Anka's Treasures.
    Great job! Ring the bells & sing the song! "And another one's down, and another one's down, and another one bites the dust...."

    Bev
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    This is a quilt I made last summer to get rid of a ton of leaders and enders...I finished it yesterday for a friend who was just diagnosed with cancer...it will be for warmth during chemo. I FMQ'ed in a meander for him.
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    missgigglewings--this is a great quilt! Congrats on getting it finished just in time for a need.

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    Congrats a simplelife, Those are some great finishes.

    MissGiggleWings, Another great finish as well. I hope it brings great comfort to your friend.

    I think I hear the tinkleing of the bells for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by missgigglewings View Post
    This is a quilt I made last summer to get rid of a ton of leaders and enders...I finished it yesterday for a friend who was just diagnosed with cancer...it will be for warmth during chemo. I FMQ'ed in a meander for him.
    That will definitely wrap her up in your love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by missgigglewings View Post
    This is a quilt I made last summer to get rid of a ton of leaders and enders...I finished it yesterday for a friend who was just diagnosed with cancer...it will be for warmth during chemo. I FMQ'ed in a meander for him.

    Wow, that is so nice. I love scrap quilts. They seem to be the best for therapy of the spirit. Nice job girl!
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