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 Deanna Davis 3 hours ago

Cooper now has borders !! yay !!  I took the last of a flannel with airplanes so I may have to put borders on it to get it to fit for my quilting, but well worth getting that piece.  Willow's name is now traced, but I didn't fuse it yet as ice dancing is on and I wanted to sit and watch for a bit.  I have tomorrow off too, and I expect to be able to get some more things done .. rain is making the flowers come up so have to get my ONE rose bush trimmed :)  Must check the progress of the gnomes in the neighborhood !! 

Comment by Deanna Davis 7 hours ago
It came out awesome Linda !!
Working on Cooper.tonight ... Letters stitched down and sections now together. and traced letters for next one: Willow
Comment by Barbara Hughes 7 hours ago

The table runners are beautiful Linda. Love your expert hand embroidery. WOW!!

Comment by Mary Moore 10 hours ago

The hand embroidery is so perfect surrounded by those fabrics.

Comment by Linda Koller 11 hours ago

Love your book fabric, Mary! I could use that in the bookcase quilt I'm starting. Oh, whatever happened to finishing UFO's before starting any new projects this year?!! I've also started 2 round robin quilts. 

I did finish 2 UFO's. Took 3 months to do the hand embroidery.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips 16 hours ago

Thank you, Ginny.  Mary, your murder mystery sounds interesting and you'll have a great quilt by the end of it.

Comment by Ginny Andersen 16 hours ago

Your Cooper quilt is really striking, Dee! Your design?

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips 16 hours ago

Thank you Barbara and Riana.  Cutting and piecing were easy and the whole quilt was a relaxing experience.  The woman who organizes the kit cutting gave me a pattern "Fun With Bricks" that she got from Bonnie Hunter's site - Quiltville.  And I am cutting that one from my stash - basically the same colour recipe.  It is the second one that I cut for my own quilt for QOV. 

On Wed. I'm going to the MOHS clinic at the hospital to get a cancerous spot between my nose and lips removed.  I stay all day and the surgeon cuts layers off and sends them to pathology.  When the spot is free of cancer she stitches it and I leave with a bandage.  It's day surgery and Hubby has to stay with me all the time.  I know he will be so entertaining with his lively conversation it'll be so much fun!  But I'm looking forward to having the spot removed.

Comment by Ginny Andersen 16 hours ago

Oh, so pretty, Elizabeth! The colors work wonderfully together! 

Comment by Ginny Andersen 16 hours ago

Good start, Mary! I love the book fabric! This is going to be fun to watch develop!


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