If you're a REAL quilter, you have at least one UFO (unfinished object) and one WIP (work in progress) stashed in the closet or stacked on a shelf. Maybe you just need quilting suggestions, or maybe a fresh eye from a new online friend can help with block arrangements. How about a UFO swap? Any UFO conversation is welcome.

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Comment by Riana Noyes on March 15, 2017 at 10:10pm

Linda, it's great that you finally get to enjoy this quilt ! Your inspiring coloration and the skills and techniques we all shared changed my quilt life after participating in the wwwwrr. 

Comment by Deanna Davis on March 15, 2017 at 9:29pm

Linda ~ that came out awesome !!  Love it

Comment by Linda Koller on March 15, 2017 at 9:11pm

Sorry all my photos are coming out grainy lately regardless which device I use or where I take them.

Comment by Linda Koller on March 15, 2017 at 9:10pm

Ta-da!! After 3 years of hemming and hawing about whether or not to put a skirt on it and put it on the guest room bed...I've decided I don't want dogs jumping up on it. Then I couldn't make up my mind about borders, sew I just put binding on it and hung it on the guest room wall. It's sew beautiful by itself and doesn't need borders to show it off. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. You all did such a gorgeous job on it. Thank you.

Comment by Linda Koller on March 15, 2017 at 9:06pm

This is the quilt top from the fall virtual retreat at The Quilt Pattern Magazine. I just have to add borders. Then save money to have it quilted. I have batting and backing. It's for my niece in Wisconsin.

Comment by Linda Koller on March 15, 2017 at 9:04pm

Mary I think your temperature quilt is going to look like a jewel or a lot of jewels by the time it's done.

Rogue, I'm sewing, I'm sewing!! See next comment.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on March 15, 2017 at 8:52pm

Look like a science project, something to put in the science fair, Mary. With the explanation on the side of what each color stands for. Very Cool!! I'm sure it would win first place.

Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on March 15, 2017 at 8:49pm
sigh! yes riana, 'tis the time of year to play in piles of papaers and make messes w the shredder. but this year i am better organized and have my completerd rows hanging in closet downstairs, ready at hand to work on when time allows. drafting stuff put away to make room on din table for tax mess, but i can easily dig out the drafting ivp've completed & notes for nesxt idea.

mary's taking on such a lovely jewel like appearence. if the red triangle is 70 (& congrats we finally broke the 60 mark for an hour yesterday lol) what are the red hexigons? ..and the red half hexis?
Comment by Riana Noyes on March 15, 2017 at 7:12pm

Mary, l love the true clear tones in your tempersture quilt. 

Rogue, didn't the same thing happen last yr. when you were finishing a project? Taxes are SO taxing,lol.

Comment by Mary Moore on March 15, 2017 at 1:25pm

Colors not quite true...purple is 60 degrees, and the lone red triangle is 70.  The two whites are 20 degrees.The next round will include triangles, jewels and the first diamonds.  I think it is getting more interesting, quilting patterns could help alot.

Being down for a month has left a lot of loose ends to clean up...hope to work on 365 binding this afternoon. 


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