Quilting UFO’s becoming not-so-ufoie

I have a “few” quilt tops that I’ve decided I despartely need to get quilted and out of the house…well, a few out of the house. BECAUSE I HAVE SO MANY PRETTY FABRICS WAITING TO BECOME QUILT TOPS…and then start the whole thing all-over again. πŸ™‚

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*** Ocean Quilt Top ~ wow…I just saw the date when I finished THIS top! August 2010! Good Grief. Well! It’s quilted and the binding is sewn on and ready to be hand-stitched to the backside.

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*** Spring Window Quilt :::hanging head in shame::: THIS quilt top was finished in April 2010. I’ve got it sandwiched and have started in on the quilting.

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*** psiquilt quilt along Four Patch ~ I finished THIS top in July. It’s next in line after Spring Window to be sandwiched and quilted.

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*** In a Jiffy Ric-Rac Quilt ~ Next in line is THIS quilt top that I used Camille Roskelley’s Ric-Rac pattern. I finished the top in June of this year. Will back it with the lime green Kona cotton.

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Update on my Work-In-Progress (sorry about the fuzzy picture) ~ Batik Grandma’s Flower Garden.

And soon to be flowers:

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FABRIC WISH LIST update!

Three down and one to go! I got Terrain pretty dang cheap on Etsy. Hope Valley from Hawthorne Threads. And RUBY came home with me yesterday afternoon! Hee! My LQS, Windy Moon Quilts, has a monthly ‘poker hand’…you turn in your cards for a chance to win a $50 store credit. I WON I WON I WON! With my $15 that I had from my fabric card along with the $50 win, I got Ruby!

To take their place on my Fabric Wish List is the lovely GALLERY FIORIby Karen Tusinski.

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8 thoughts on “Quilting UFO’s becoming not-so-ufoie

  1. Still lovin’ the Four Patch!

    I would tease you about Eden, but I have my first Thimbleberries top from 2010 still on my conscience.

    Pretty hexies.

    Gorgeous Ruby!! Have fun petting and playing!

  2. I love love love your quilts! They are so beautiful! I might have told you this before, but Jameson’s grandma makes a quilt for every new married couple and new baby in the family. Ours is one of my most favorite possessions!

    Keep up the good work! I have always wanted to try a quilt like your Flower Garden one. Is it difficult?

  3. Awesome I always loved the poker hand at Windy Moon Quilts! Your quilts are beautiful and know a home that would take them. πŸ™‚

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