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 Beth A. North 8 hours ago

How adorable Riana

Comment by Kris Howell 8 hours ago

Elizabeth - I found you on Facebook - but it doesn't give me the option to friend you.  I did send you a message on Messenger hoping you can friend me from there.  Not sure why it won't let me just friend you.  It's starting to really irritate me!

Comment by Gail Brown 16 hours ago

Riana, I loved seeing your grand daughter with her gifts.  It's so much fun to see the joy she has in receiving it.  That's the best part of making things, seeing people  loving them, kind of like the frosting on the cake.  I know that I love the way my family and friends like all the things I have made for them over the years, that's what keeps me going.

Comment by Barbara Hughes 21 hours ago

When my grands were  little, I bought a small tepee and made them american indian dresses. I was given a indian blanket from a friend to add to the gift. The kids loved it but I t hink I enjoyed it more. Riana your grand looks like one happy girl.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips 21 hours ago

Your quilt looks lovely, Riana.  You are really on a roll.  The nursing home that will get all your beautiful creations will have added colour and warmth.  Your quilts will brighten the days of all the residents who will be using them.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips 21 hours ago

Riana, so nice to see your grand daughter and her obvious joy at receiving her presents from you.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips 21 hours ago

Riana and I quilted together on-line yesterday.  I got a lot done while we chatted.  I am almost finished making 100 flying geese out of my Hungarian fabric and I will soon by able to sew the rows together.  I cut the rest of the blocks out last night and marked them while watching T.V.  Thank you so much, Riana.

Comment by Zoetc49 yesterday

Wilma, It is late and I am not thinking. Would you like me to make the block for you? If so, tell me what colors you would enjoy the most. I don't want to take away from your creative ideas. But, I have no issue doing the block, and adding your name to it. I have three to make right now, picked up some more fabric.. yeah, I do have a lot here.. but, will you all know what happens when you go to a quilt store. I will have to stop buying fabric soon though~ really! I mean it this time... 

Comment by Zoetc49 yesterday

Wilma, Do you want to do one? If so I will wait for you. I am sorry about all you are having to deal with. I live with my mom and there is so much that we keep doing now, but there is so much I want to do with her, keep her stories alive etc. I have to make time for this.

I went to the quilt store today to get ideas on how to set the house blocks. The woman who usually is wonderful, has decided to take months off after one of the woman up there died from Covid, I was a bit shocked about the death.  One of the customers helped me with the pattern and I had showed her I wanted to do the " walk about " pattern. She showed me one she did and I like it. She took Green to border each block, then used tan and brown for the triangles. We decided that the colors would work well in this quilt too. So, got the fabric.. only took 4 hours ! Only bad thing, I bought blue before this for the back.. I might have to reconsider. the back.

I am so happy they keep up the site here. One gal I have been trying to get on here, she has been having issues. I did report that, will see is she can join soon.

Riana, Looks like a very happy gal !  

Comment by Riana Noyes yesterday

It's nice company for both of us, Barbara...and with 2, it's easy to stay focused. 

Guess who got her parcel with books, a dress, book bag and colourful lei?! Play dress is a bit large.but she'll grow into it :-))


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