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Thread: 2019 UFO Challenge

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    Looks great, Rob!

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    LTeachergeorge, I'm sorry for your loss. It sounds as though you had a lot to keep you busy, and that can be the best thing at such a time. Congratulations on your successful selling.

    Rob, I love the crazy crumbs!
    Lisa

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    LTeachergeorge- I'm sorry for your loss.

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    LTeachergeorge: I’m sorry for your loss. Congratulations, though, on your success selling your UFOS.

    Rob: Great crazy Quilt wallhanging.
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    LTeacher...wow a lot happening in a short amount of time. So sorry for your loss.

    Rob, a 21st century crazy quilt! Well done.

    Not many UFO's happening, but 2 Grands are sewing right now. 10 yo making pillowcases (4 yards of stash fabric...gone!) and 13 yo picked out pretty pastels from stash for a Warm Wishes quilt...all looking good!
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    Lteachergeorge Sorry for your loss

    Rob once again "Great Work"

    OKsewglad I about grands helping delete the stash, I have two great-grands that requested to learn how to sew this summer. So, I purchased another FW to be able to sew with them. So we could get at it. We're trying our hand at Barbie clothing. I'm loving their eagerness. It getting me motivated, that non-sewing thing that I was going through was the pits. Happy Sewing Everyone!!!


    Cherryb

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    Nothing like passing on our passion to the next generation, cherrybsixty.
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    LTeachergeorge - sorry for your loss, in time you will find your new normal. Try to enjoy the new larger sewing room.

    Rob - Another awesome project. I love crumb work.

    Cherrybsixty - It's good you are sewing again and getting the next generation interested is outstanding.

    Oksewglad - Just think soon you can gift the some of your stash to the grands. Then you will have a reason to get more fabric ?

    Nothing new for me, but my sewing room is nice and clean. Thanks to having to watch my niece last weekend and the boys this weekend.

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    Thank you, Oksewglad and Dedemac for agreeing with me. It will be a dying artform if we don't pass it on. Out of my three bio-daughters only one sews or uses the machine. And she's what is referred to as a sewist because her profession is a medical doctor. Back in the day we were referred to as seamstress. Now it's either that or a quilter. But, the oldest g-grand wants to design and the second g-grand just want to learn how to use the machine. She is the one I am going to encourage to help me to quilt or piece. Her sister I'll continue assisting her with designing. I just so happy that I get the honor of being with them and being a part of their growth process. I never got to meet my grandmothers and here I am a great-grand mother. Well I got go and dig in that stash to see what I am going to take to them to sew-up have a great weekend everyone.

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    My daughter learned to sew, but her daughter never saw her do it and she thought Gma had to teach her how. DD surprised the GD and she helped her make a tote for her piano books. GD going to spend some time with Gma this summer and is sending me project ideas. Planting the seed is all we need to do. Later in life they will say..."I can do that!", because some one taught them #2 DIL had a sewing mother, but I've taught her more than mom has. Now she sews Halloween costumes every year for their 3 munchkins. She may be a quilter some day, but she knows how to sew now. Yes we need to pass on the tradition!
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    Wow Watson, what a quilt!
    Sorry for the loss. It's always hard to take, Linda.

    Here is a finished UFO. I made it to use as a decorative throw on top of the day bed in the correct season,.Name:  20190607_181425_resized.jpg
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    Love that pattern...I think you shared the pattern before and it's on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing your lovely finish!
    Don't worry spider.
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    I love your quilt, Battle Axe! It's on my bucket list too...

    I've not been quilting this week. I have been sewing baby summer outfits for my two little granddaughters. Also knitted one a cute little shrug. I'm having fun dressing the babies.

    Here are some completely off-topic pics... me enjoying baby time with #2.

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    Oksewglad, I most hardly agree with sharing the tradition


    Battle Axe, a lovely finish

    Sewbizgirl, enjoy your little one you will always find time to quilt, the little one looks to be a sweet heart

    Cherryb

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    Enjoy Bonnie...they grow up too fast!
    Don't worry spider.
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    ---Basho
    Nothing's too small...I love miniatures.

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    Love your ribbon quilt, Battle Axe!

    Sweet photos, sewbiz, thanks for sharing! Lucky babes to have Grandma sew them clothes.
    Lisa

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    Sewbizgirl-your pictures are priceless. Enjoy your grandbabies because they grow up so fast and there is a lot of time to sew.

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    Iíve been working hard to declutter my studio. Making pretty good progress. Yea! Iím going to go in and load up my next ufo, I found a perfect backing while straightening shelves over the weekend so, another one is going to get finished up- hopefully this week. Feeling like I am making good progress ( finally)
    pictures after the quilting is done.
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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    Just seeing this thread and am going to jump in for the rest of the year. I have several quilt tops ready to be quilted (my least favorite part of the process) and have made the goal to get at least one quilted a month. Then I'll work on completing other started quilts in between. I am going to count projects tomorrow and take some pictures to share.

    There have been some great projects completed so far this year!!

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    Carriem, welcome aboard this ole UFO train, I for one is eager to see what you will complete. , I have been on a non sew spell and this past two weeks got my sew mojo back. So, I dug in my stash looking for something else and found my next to the oldest UFO and I pulled it out and it's going to get finished

    Cherryb

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    Welcome Carrie..can't wait to see what you bring for finishes. Me I've been making new quilts...but finishing them so they are not UFO's

    cherryb..hope to see your finish soon!
    Don't worry spider.
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    Thank you, everyone, for your kind expressions of sympathy. I am doing as well as could be expected and keeping quite busy. Love seeing projects and grandchildren on the board.

    Linda in MO

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    Hi, from Idaho!!

    Rob...awesome finish...

    Battleaxe....your ribbon quilt is really pretty

    sewbiz....seriously precious pictures of your little beauties...

    As soon as I get organized, I'll be finishing up binding on wedding quilt....then on to next project...
    Quilting therapy for the therapist...
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    Heaven forbid if Teen would have a UFO! What fun to organize and settle into your new sewing space!
    Don't worry spider.
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    ---Basho
    Nothing's too small...I love miniatures.

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    [email protected] I know...it's driving me nuts to have one almost done...lol..
    Quilting therapy for the therapist...
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