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Thread: UFO Challenge of the Month 2012

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    In this wonderful forum, there are no rules about how you count. They are your UFOs and you can count them any way you want to. You do not need our blessing or permission. If you want to call it 12 ufos for the frogs and pillows, then 12 it is.
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    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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    Oh, so I have to judge it out myself. Hmmm, do I want to be tough on myself or not that is the question then. Right now with me being so close, I count not tough, should be five then. I hav eonly had them in that tub for about 15 years now. I suppose it is time to take them out and use them up. I know so much more than then, I may vamp a couple of them up a bit to add some pizzaz to them. There, if I get those done along with my tops, yep, be at that 120 mark for sure!
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    QuilterMomma, if it were me, I'd count the projects by recipient. When you finish a project for one recipient you send it off and it is officially done and gone (and even the scraps can be put away). If one part of it is unfinished then the whole set sits in your pile. If the frogs have 8 different recipients, they are 8 different projects. 2 pillows for you daughter are 1 project and the other 2 another project. That's just how I would do it. But, you are so incredibly fast, I think you deserve extra credit for every single separate item that is complete. I hope you reach your goal!
    "Life is mostly froth and bubble, but one thing stands as stone. Kindness in another's trouble, courage in one's own." Adam Lindsey Gordon

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    Here is my teddy bear finished. Love this little guy. can't believe it has been cut up for 8 years. Silly me for sure.
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    Oh in case I forget, here is my Christmas quilt top done. I put green border about 3" around the outer edge to frame it and will do the red from the center border. Name:  Christmas Quilt.JPG
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    LOve your quilt!
    I thought this was for the new year already.

    Is there going to be one for 2013?

    Love the teddy bear also.

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    QuilterMamma, if I get to credit you for all of your work, each one counts as a finish! You're your own judge though.

    Congratulations!
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    Love your teddy bear and Christmas quilt QuilterMomma! I have a Christmas UFO (#16)that I finished this morning to share too. The pattern is Sew Many Santas from "Quick Country Christmas Quilts" by Debbie Mumm. This is also my 1st attempt at hand quilting... I machine quilted the sashing and hand quilted the beards and the block backgrounds. I love how it turned out! I used jingle bells and old shank buttons for the hat tassels and the eyes are teeny 1/8" black buttons.

    78 UFOs to go...
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    I guess I missed posting this UFO earlier... this is #15. The pattern is Little Charmers II by Anka's Treasures and I used a charm pack of Mistletoe Manor by Moda. I gave it to my MIL for Christmas.
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    Talking Almost 10 yr old UFO.

    Almost 10 yr old UFO. Not all the way completed but I am so happy. This is the Under Ground Rail Road quilt top for my third DD. It is from Quilt in a Day. She has been waiting forever. I still need to quilt it but it is ready to go on the long arm. Woohoo!!! LOL
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