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 on Sunday

Good Morning!  Thank you Barbara for explaining ROFLOL.  Just don't count in the fabric on the pink box, but it still leaves a lot of fabric I brought home yesterday.  Last year it was Japanese and African fabric - this year it is wild life. except for   those orange and yellow flowers.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Sunday
Comment by Barbara Hughes on Sunday

Joann's was packed with sewers. The line up to get fabric cut was a long wait. LOL!!

ROFLOL!!! is I think--- Roll on floor laughing out loud!!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Sunday

I forget what that means, Linda, but it must be something funny!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Sunday

I have room for all of it.  But a lot of it has wild animals on the fabric and a few pieces are really big and I think I'll use them for backing.  Tomorrow I'm going to make and sew the binding for the baby quilt that has to be ready for Friday morning for Saturday's shower.  I'll take a picture of the fabric I bought so you can all see what I did today. Haha!  It's a donation to a good cause anyway.

Comment by Linda Koller on Saturday


Comment by Riana Noyes on Saturday

Oh oh,'re in trouble now! Where will you store it all?

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Saturday

Today I was our sew day for QOV.  I bought enough fabric to fill 3 laundry tubs when I got home.  And I bought 2 packages of those colourful plastic things to hold the binding together while you machine or hand sew the binding.  Prices were $2. a metre in the morning and everything was half price in the afternoon.  I sat with 2 friends and a newbie.  We had a really fun time.  I got 5 12 1/2" blocks done. I resisted the sweets and goodies that everyone was wolfing down.  It was so hard.  I had 2 cups of tea (no sugar) and I took a small salad with no dressing for lunch and a bottle of water.  You probably remember I had told all of you earlier that I was going to resist the sale of fabric.  Too late now.  I have it all washed and dried. 

Comment by Riana Noyes on Friday

We can now discuss the  2020 PHD challenge on the new page. See you there!

Comment by Linda Koller on Friday

Thank you Riana!


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