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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 Tuesday

Elizabeth,it was supposed to be done by today..so l phoned,and they said she was " on the bench"...maybe she's lifing weights,lol.

Comment by Beth A. North on Monday

I am sure I will figure out something.  I will have a scooter to get around so I may be up and longarming sooner than later.  Just have to be careful not to fall and break the cast. LOL  I have lots of hand work lined up and embroidery projects which do require to hit a "go" button.

Comment by Mary Moore on Monday

Glad to hear Indy is being that kind of troublesome.

Comment by Linda Koller on Monday

I'm dreeeeaming of a whiiiite Thanksgiving!!!!! Saturday it poured, yesterday it snowed and we're expecting more. GET ME OUTTA HERE!!!!!!!!! And Indy wants to go out to play.....go figure!!!!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Monday

Mary, the Bernina dealer here in Kanata has Black Friday sales on machines.  But I'm not tempted today.

I hope that the "Spa" is doing a rush job on your machine, Riana. 

We have a blanket of white on the ground since yesterday morning.  But Hubby is out doing his thing.  He thinks because he will bring me back a Timmy's that he has permission to do whatever he wants.  I'm in a warm, fuzzy place thinking about my Christmas goodies that are being wrapped and shipped this moment.  The only thought that disturbs me a little is that I really don't have room to put them.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Monday

While my " good" machine is at the spa , relaxing , l'm stuggling with the old backup machne to make cushion covers for grandd's little reading nook...and the zipper foot broke! Grrrr. A temp. fix has it functionng, but only one side...zippers/ piping still going in, but a bit slower, as l must orient sewing backwards half the time.

Comment by carla j walton on Sunday

Beth please feel free to post brag pictures of the beautiful quilting you did on my Aunts quilt and the skull. my house is dark and dreary. you did a jaw dropping job on Sun Bonnet sue. your skills are undeniably wonderful.

Comment by carla j walton on Sunday

Beth you could also unplug the foot of your machine and use the start /stop button if your machine offers it. then BOTH feet could be up. ;) ......knowing you I bet you find a way.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Sunday

Good luck with your foot operation , Beth. If you have a machine with the slide speed control, you can still sew with your foot elevated...but l'll bet the embroidery machine would be more fun :-)

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Saturday

Hi Mary,

If you find one at 50% off, reserve one for me too.  I looked at the site of a U.S. Bernina dealer and the new 500 series is already in.  They have a bigger throat space than previously, Riana.

 

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