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Thread: UFO Challenge of the Month 2012

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    FYI here's a link to another fruit jar pattern on the board Free Jar Quilt Patterns - Per Everyone's Requests
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    My oh My! Ya'll are awesome. So many UFOs done! Hoorey! "....And another ones down & another ones down & another one bites the dust!"
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    QM, you have been super busy. Congrats on all the wonderful finishes.

    You make me feel lazy.
    I haven't touched my sewing machine in so long. I finished quilting a top but didn't like it and now I am stuck because I want to rip out the quilting and it's such a long hard job to rip it all out but I don't want to start something else until it's done and I'M GETTING NOTHING DONE.

    You have given me incentive. I need to finish that top and get moving on another.

    I like all your quilts. The bargello is really nice..lovely colors...and the Western Star pattern appeals to me ...like the panto too. Your heart runner is cute too.

    My favorite is the peach one. It may have taken you 6+ years to finish but it is beautiful.

    I count 8 here and 5 customer quilts plus the others that you haven't posted yet so the bell will be ringing and the whistle blowing almost all day for you.
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    Ranger, I feel your pain. I too have been in that place where you are now. It is hard when you are not pleased with a quilt that you have put so much time into. Stop beating yourself up! I have dubbed quilts "utilitarian type" and we use them for everything, even picnics in the back yard. Then I move on! And as I work on the next quilt I feel like all is right with the world.....I am creating a quilt again and happy as a clam.

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    Here are another four and then one more as soon as I finish the binding and should be today. The wilderness one was only pieced last month, I just now finished the quilting and binding. I did a lot of detail on it and I really like how it turned out. The dresdan only needed that binding done. Did it by longarm so had to rip off and redo. The applique SBS was from an old swap on this board and the pumpkin one was from two years ago when I discovered Buggy Barn fabric and loved the design from a magazine I got in mail. So yes, that is 12 for March and I hope to hit 10 again in April. Summer may slow me down from my goal of 10 a month so will keep it going.
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    The roof on the house has lines for tiles and the sides are all quilted to look like logs on each one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuilterMomma View Post
    Here are another four and then one more as soon as I finish the binding and should be today. The wilderness one was only pieced last month, I just now finished the quilting and binding. I did a lot of detail on it and I really like how it turned out. The dresdan only needed that binding done. Did it by longarm so had to rip off and redo. The applique SBS was from an old swap on this board and the pumpkin one was from two years ago when I discovered Buggy Barn fabric and loved the design from a magazine I got in mail. So yes, that is 12 for March and I hope to hit 10 again in April. Summer may slow me down from my goal of 10 a month so will keep it going.
    Wow! Nice quilts. Doesn't it feel good to have them done and out of the way? I especially like the wildlife one.
    Mary

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    since I am stuck in Ohio, I found some "interesting" fabric at the thrift store so decided to try my hand at cutting out a kaleidascope.
    For some reason I can't figure out how to cut my triangles so they are straight across the top, hmmmmm. LOL
    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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    I added it up and I finished 13 for March. Whew, no wonder I feel accomplished.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Gosh it seems like forever since I've been here. Some truly wonderful finishes, I am really inspired to get back to sewing. I have been in such a fog the last few weeks, I don't know where the time has gone. Hey Linda where in Ohio are you??? We could be twins almost, I broke my toe (again) last week when a piece of furniture jumped out in front of me.
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