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zozee 02-18-2020 08:36 PM


Originally Posted by QuiltMom2 (Post 8361351)
Per request (and I think the embroidery really needs to be seen!)

Beautiful!! aHmaaaazing! Three cheers for our oriole and black eyed Susan!

Dedemac 02-19-2020 05:41 PM


Originally Posted by ckcowl (Post 8361966)
I managed to finish my first February ufo over the weekend, I cannot share a picture of it yet- it was a test pattern for a magazine designer, I can share until it is published but itís done and Iím working on another ufo- which I set aside to get the test pattern done in time for the deadline. I hope I can keep up the momentum .

Congrats on the finish, have one question who do you test for? I'm in the same boat, have one quilt and one top that I can't show yet. It's a little frustrating 🤐

oksewglad 02-20-2020 08:43 AM

What a nice ripple pattern, SBG.

Stitching on the 50 state quilt, certainly creates a repetitive memory of state shape, etc. Well done.

Now to get a picture of my 20yo UFO that I put the last binding stitch on--a queen sized one.

SusieQOH 02-20-2020 09:33 AM

Sewbizgirl- that is gorgeous!!!!!! I love the pattern and your colors Wow!

grann of 6 02-20-2020 09:50 AM

4 Attachment(s)
Well, I finally got the HST UFO bound, so that is a Feb. finish, probably the only one for Feb. Here are pics of it and the Pineapple quilt.Attachment 622718Attachment 622719Attachment 622720Attachment 622721

oksewglad 02-20-2020 10:28 AM

grann of 6..not sure which one I like more..like the softness of the simple HST and the brightness of the pineapple...do you have homes for them or are they "keepers"?

grann of 6 02-20-2020 10:50 AM

The HST quilt will go to the Cancer Center. My friend is Oncology Counselor there and every month she draws a name from a jar of a chemo patient who gets a quilt. I make one for each month. I haven't decided about the pineapple quilt. I may have to keep it to remind myself of the challenges of that quilt. I usually do quickies that can be donated. My quilty friend and i challenged each other to use the easy pineapple ruler. i might actually do another one some day, to use up some of the ideas that are floating around in my brain.

oksewglad 02-20-2020 12:53 PM

This is a wonderful home for it! Thanks.

retiredteacher09 02-20-2020 04:39 PM

grann of 6: Congratulations on your lovely finish. Thank you for your donations to the cancer center.

oksewglad: Looking forward to pictures of your 20 year old finish. Congratulations!

grann of 6 02-20-2020 06:18 PM

Thanks, ladies. I know what it is like to need a "hug" when going through cancer treatment, so it is the least I can do. I feel this is one way to pay it forward.


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