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Thread: 2013 UFO Challenge of the Month

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    EmmaS that sure is Purdy!
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    I finally finished my cat quilt. I used fairly simple quilting designs so it finished off quite quickly in the end.
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    Rose---that cat quilt is very cute. I like the textured look of the cat fabric.

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    Oksewglad, the border was from my stash. I think the orange did work out nicely! I am going to donate that strip quilt to our horse patrol's fund raiser this year.

    Rose the cat is really cute! It looks so real staring off into the night!

    Emma, I love your quilt! Amazing job on the piecing, but the back really impresses me too . . . . . what a great way to use up your scraps/stash to strip piece the back! Now, I want to do a back like that! Yes, and the front is amazingly pieced, is the fabric the Stonehenge line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by missgigglewings View Post
    Lovely quilts ladies..Bojangles: is that pattern called Tradewinds?....I want to make that quilt! Darn purple cast comes off my hand next Monday.....I will be so happy!!
    I don't remember the name of that quilt, but it is from Brenda Henning's book "Strip Therapy 6." I was in a strip club last year, and we did every quilt in that book! That was the only one I had left unfinished until now!

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    Thank you everyone for the compliments! My kids are fighting over who gets it, so that makes me happy. It has some of the crispness of the modern quilts but a lot more fun to piece. Bojangles, no the fabric is not stonehenge, although I really love that fabric line. This quilt is a scrappy, strictly pieced from my stash, what your seeing is probably my poor photography. It is really much brighter than the picture shows.

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    Emma: your quilts are beautiful!
    Rose: the kitty is so cute!

    Great finishes y'all!

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    I finally finished my PC swap flimsy now ta find the backin' & hand quilt it.
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    Bev, did you say "hand" quilt? wow . . .

    emma, those stars are gorgeous, you did a great job balancing 'scrappy'!!

    I am constantly awed by the gorgeous things on this board! That cat quilt?!! wow!!!
    amazing work ladies, as always!!

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    Yes Lara. Hand quiltin' is my first love in the quiltin' world. I have needed a hand quiltin' project for a while. I have been workin' on a GFG for a bit & am gittin' a bit bored w/it. I'm gonna make my self do 1 petal on the GMF before I can hand quilt. Reward myself. I do my hand work at totally different times. My hand work is while I wait. Like while at a Dr.s office, or when someone is in the hospital, or when travelin' as a passenger.
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    Thanks, Carriem. It was a fun quilt to make.

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    More beautiful quilts every time I get on this thread! Keep up the good work! Now if I could just settle long enough to work on mine . . . Or at least figure out which one I want to work on . . .

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    Bev: Beautifully done. Great job!

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    This is 9 Patch Novelty which is ready to be donated to Project Linus. The novelty charms were from a swap and I decided to use 9 patches to offset the charms. It was pieced in 2008. This was UFO Finish #40 since 10/1/2102! 54 to go and getting close to halfway up UFO Mountain! LOL
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    Asimplelife: Congradulations on the finish. Love the nine patches and the binding tie the novelty prints together.

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    asimplelife--great job getting your quilt finished...on to the next one.

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    Cute 9P quilt!
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    Knitette that is a beautiful snowman quilt. I start one in November and never finished it because my points didn't match up. Thanks for sharing.

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    asimplelife: what a cute quilt. You are just buzzin' along!

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    I finished quilting a Disney siggi quilt!!! I'll post a pic when I can get someone to hold it up for me. two more siggies to quilt!
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    Mr third and fourth finishes this year

    Both are blocks from swaps from this board. Actually did finish two for January and February, but forgot pics. The summery looking one really isn't that wonky--it just has been folded for a while waiting for its friend so I can drop them off for Linus.

    Can you believe I only have three left? Well, not counting the ones left in Florida. If you want too see them bigger, click on the photo.



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    Oh Krispb! I recognize those blocks! I really like how you put them both together. Nice finish!
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    YEp, some of those are yours. Still have Dresden snowflakes to set...DH wants to keep those.
    I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.

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    @Krisb: thank goodness someone is doing something with my blocks.

    I'm at a standstill here.
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    Kris--great job on getting those quilts finished...they both are really nice.

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