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 23 hours ago

I just ironed scraps for 2 hours this morning.  My scraps haven't been fondled for ages so I paid them a bit of attention. LOL

Comment by Deanna Davis yesterday

I didn't get as much done on my day off as I had hoped, but the rose bush is now trimmed and it was being strangled by a raspberry.  We have rain scheduled for today and the next 4 days straight so I should be able to dig that root out.

Got the back of Cooper #2 framed with a red strip of 3 1/2" all around, so now I can sandwich it and do some modern quilting on it .. binding is already cut too :-)  I am on a roll  hahaha

<and back to work>  

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Thank you, Mary.  Your Mom had the doctors all figured out!

I managed to piece the backing and iron it.  The batting is next.  I may be able to piece one more batting before opening a new package.

Comment by Mary Moore yesterday

Elizabeth, you have a great attitude about this surgery.  My Mom taught me to always try and make doctors laugh-as they have so much grimness in their lives.  I think some of them thought she should be committed.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips yesterday

Hi Linda,

Beautiful table runner.  Embroidery is lovely!  I've finished 4 UFOs this year.  Next one is a sampler quilt 58x58.  I'm working on piecing a backing.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Monday

Hi Deanna,

I think that I've finally figured out Cooper's quilt!  Unless you surprise me in the finish.  We have figure skating in common too.  I love to watch but it is hard considering our bedtime is 10:15 P.M.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Monday

Linda, the embroidery work you did was well worth the investment of time...l love those old fashioned baskets of flowers. And what a great idea to use as a tablerunner!

Dee, your " big block" quilt is very modern looking.He'll for sure learn how to spell his name early :-)

Comment by Deanna Davis on Monday

Cooper now has borders !! yay !!  I took the last of a flannel with airplanes so I may have to put borders on it to get it to fit for my quilting, but well worth getting that piece.  Willow's name is now traced, but I didn't fuse it yet as ice dancing is on and I wanted to sit and watch for a bit.  I have tomorrow off too, and I expect to be able to get some more things done .. rain is making the flowers come up so have to get my ONE rose bush trimmed :)  Must check the progress of the gnomes in the neighborhood !! 

Comment by Deanna Davis on Monday
It came out awesome Linda !!
Working on Cooper.tonight ... Letters stitched down and sections now together. and traced letters for next one: Willow
Comment by Barbara Hughes on Monday

The table runners are beautiful Linda. Love your expert hand embroidery. WOW!!


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