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 Kris Howell yesterday

Guess where I was today!!!!!   One of my favorite online quilt stores.  I got to meet Marsha Doyenne, the owner, too!  Planned this whole return trip around stopping at that quilt shop - but don't tell my husband, lol.  

Comment by Mary Moore yesterday

What a great boy quilt!!!

Comment by Linda Koller yesterday

Oh, it was made completely from scraps!

Comment by Linda Koller yesterday

Finished to top to Women of the Bible. Now I need to make a backing. Beth, the final size is 71 x 95. I decided not to add borders as it's almost too big for my bed now. My quilt inspector, Indy agrees.

Comment by Linda Koller yesterday

UFO completed..."Flying High" to be gifted to my grandson Joshua later this week. This pattern is from a virtual round robin with The Quilt Pattern Magazine a couple years ago.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Sunday

Mary, you did the right thing. If they're hurting financially, their funding committee's at fault for failing to get the licence. There are other ways to raise funds. Putting on a dance and charging admission is how our co-op nursery school was funded when my kids were you g...add in a 50/ 50 draw, and even more comes in.ltems donated and put in a 2 day garage sale is how our local  Humane Soc. gets the extra cash needed above normal donations during " kitten season". Another idea is a " service auction"...where a plumbing , electrical, catering,businesses donate X $ amount of labour besides cost of goods or parts.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Saturday

Very happy today.  I received a new monitor yesterday.

Comment by Mary Moore on Saturday

Yes, that is the right quilt.  I researched the net to determine how people are pricing their hand work..I wrote a one page explanation to hang with the quilt.  Some hand quilters are charging by the yard of thread-$1.50.  I priced it a $800, which is the least one of my quilts has made, and said if it didn't sell they could buy raffle tickets next year.  The festival is hurting financially this year.

Comment by Wilma Schirra-Kays on Saturday

Belated Happy Birthday, Barbara.  Sounds like you had fun.  

Comment by Riana Noyes on Saturday

This one Mary? Such a beauty! I think you should vgure what they would've gotten had they sold tickets, and suggest that as " the price tag". If no one steps up, save it for next year, l'm sure they'll have learned their lesson about seeking licence.


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