In the quilting world UFO's are
Un Finished Objects.
Projects In Grocery Sacks
or MY favorite........ I'm working on my PHD........
Projects Half Done!!!
Seeing how I have been quilting for the last 30+ years AND I'm a little bit of a
I'm in the process of re-organizing my studio and I'm falling in love all over again with some of the fabric and projects that have been stashed away and unseen by human eyes for probably years!
Here are some of the projects that I can't wait to get my hands on again:
|Project started in a class with Sharon Shamber|
|This cool quilt was a FNQ challenge quilt.|
(Friday Night Quilters)
Can you believe that EACH one of these squares is
the EXACT same pattern?
|This is a Maple Island pattern called "YIKES"|
|This was a project started in a design class with Lorraine Torrence|
|Grandmother's Flower Garden|
All those little hexies are first sewn over a paper or plastic hexagon shape
then hand pieced together.
I've been working on this one for MANY, MANY MANY years.
Doesn't look like it does it?
|This little quilt is a ?............|
|Here is a PIG|
Project in grocery sack, errrr rather it is in one of those zippered bags
that curtains come in.
This was to be a wedding quilt for my son and daughter-in-law.
They were married in 2007!
Maybe a 10 year anniversary gift?
|This was a sorta mystery quilt.|
|Quilt made for a Ricky Tims class.|
We were supposed to quilt on this during class
So glad I made it up before class!
|Look what I found!|
Another little bullseye quilt top.
Project Linus here I come!
|I've had the pieces for this quilt hanging around for YEARS!|
It is my brother's Pink Flyod t-shirts.
I want to make it really special and I am having trouble
designing it because of those 2 BIG squares.
guess I need to just jump in and DO IT!
|This was scraps from another quilt and|
I made this guitar applique to go with it
|Sample for a class I was teaching|
|Log Cabin quilt class taken with Sharon Craig|
Hummmmm..........think I have enough projects to finish?
At this rate it will take me YEARS to get my PHD!