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 Elizabeth Phillips 44 minutes ago

Barbara, your potholders are so cute!  It doesn't seem fair for us who haven't an embroidery module - our potholders aren't as sophisticated!  LOL

Comment by Barbara Hughes 22 hours ago

Thank you so much, Linda. They are fun to do and make nice birthday gifts.

Comment by Linda Koller 23 hours ago

Barbara, you make the most adorable pot holders!!!!

Comment by Barbara Hughes yesterday

Linda, I also paid for a class I haven't watched yet. I think it was because I watched Susan Cleveland and she was so interesting a fun that when I went to the next one which was paper piecing it wasn't as exciting. I have learned a lot from "Craftsy". Here is my latest PH.

Comment by Linda Koller yesterday

I did the first 6 blocks of Amy Gibson's BOM and like you Elizabeth didn't really like them. I'm not into the modern look. But then she did a strip star block that I liked. I don't remember why I didn't continue. Maybe one of these nights when I can't sleep I'll finish watching and print the instructions. I've paid for a border class too and never have watched it yet. I think I signed up for that one just before I got sick and went into the hospital a couple years ago. I really need to watch that one.

Comment by Deanna Davis yesterday

Elizabeth ~ I did that one too, but I was teaching @ the time and I didn't like some of the blocks.  I thought I would use it for different techniques, but after we finished Quilt 101, I offered some of the blocks, but wanted the students to be able to read other patterns, so we used it for that.  How to read the pattern and how you would cut the blocks.  They all wanted to make new quilts of their own choosing ;)

Let'see the Cowboy !! 

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Thank you Ginny, Barbara, and Mary.

Linda, I made all the blocks from Amy Gibson's BOM  on Craftsy from a few years ago.  But I used some of the blocks for a Sampler we were making at Church and the rest I put into this Sampler.  I still have a few blocks from her workshop not used yet.  She did a traditional block and then a modern version.  Her instructions were very good!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

I'm working on a Cowboy Quilt now.  It's an easy quilt too and I am going to use 3 fusible Cowboy motifs on it, just like on the bunnies quilt.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Ginny,  Members take their trash and treasures to the annual quilt camp and the stuff is organized in bundles.  A tea cup is put with each bundle.  Members buy 60 tickets for $5.  and put their tickets in the tea cups of the bundles they would like to win.  And then there is a draw for a ticket in each tea cup.  Actually the cups are Styrofoam.

The little boy has a name now:  Kye Michael Davis.  I must ask my daughter how to pronounce his first name.  Joy, the baby's mother, is from the Philloppines.

Linda, the banner looks very nice hanging in your Church.

Comment by Ginny Andersen yesterday

The bunnies quilt is so cute, Elizabeth! Perfect colors for a little boy! Explain what a teacup auction is, please! I have never done one. 


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