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Thread: UFO Challenge of the Month 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisb View Post
    Evie sent me this partially finished kit that was all sunflower fabric, so it is done and ready to get mailed to the Hopes and Dreams project for ALS. She had even done one of the satin stitch appliqué blocks, so only one left for me...and there were scraps leftover I can use for another quilt.
    This isn't Evie, but you have done a fabulous job with my very first UFO! I bought this fabric and started it in 1994ish but never got it done. You had it for a month maybe and look what you've done! I am so happy that you did something with it, I just don't know what to say.

    I know...fellow quilters, raid your UFO stash. You may have something just right for someone else to finish. Pass 'em on and get 'em done!!

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    The Cut up

    Another UFO done. It's called The Cut-up by Pieced tree patterns. I started this last summer to donate to the Hospice annual ball. I just got it quilted and bond this past month. This make #4 UFO's. Lastest count is 4 that I have left to get done, but think that will be awhile as my LA is down. Darn, I really wanted to get more done.

    If anyone is interested in the pattern. The pattern comes on a 3" x 5" card (instructions & all) Super simple and cheap. www.piecedtreepatterns.com

    This quilt also applies to the scrap quilt challenge. This quilt was made from left overs. The back is from wonder fabric (wonder why I ever bought it) and extra blocks.
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    Almond, I love Cut up!! It is beautiful! I think I just added it to my to do list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almond View Post
    Nice job, not only using scraps, gives you a lot of choice in how to decorate.
    I've found that with the open living/dining areas now so popular, the runner looks good on dining table or buffet & the quilt for the sofa. Also, the runners are good for the bedroom dresser & the quilt for the bed. Lots of choices this way.

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    Almond you are a busy little bee...lots of wonderful finishes!
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    Ranger, love your scrappy...so bright & cheery. I used to struggle to quilt on my Janome 9000 (love it, but that harp area is tiny!), but I bought a Janome 6600 almost a year ago just for the larger area for quilting...what a difference, no more fighting! Love it!!!
    Almond...you've been a busy girl too! Beautiful, front & back!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyinZ4 View Post
    Ranger I really like your sis9p one. Makes me think that I could start one and make the 9 patch squares as leaders/enders while I am doing other projects.
    I do that too...before you know it you're ready to put another quilt together & using those scraps that keep multiplying no matter how many things you make with them!

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    Almond, I love that cut up. The colors are so soft. Your getting a lot done!
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    This quilt also applies to the scrap quilt challenge. This quilt was made from left overs. The back is from wonder fabric (wonder why I ever bought it) and extra blocks.

    LOL Wonderful finishes. You're getting so much done while recuperating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildyard View Post
    ohhh love this scrappy 9P and quarter square triangle combo!! Great quilt.
    Same here!
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