Row Robin UFO

Row Robin UFO Many years ago (I think it was 2002), I participated in a Row Robin at the Squanicook Colonial Quilt Guild.  A Row Robin is similar to a Round Robin, where everyone is assigned into a group that will create parts of a quilt for each other.  For this...

A Mystery UFO – Part 2

A Mystery UFO – Part 2 In an earlier post, I wrote how I found a batch of hourglass blocks with no specific plan in mind, not that I could tell anyway.  I ended up making two table runners with two different layouts. These projects were small enough, I decided...

A Mystery UFO

A Mystery UFO I pulled out another UFO project bag from the closet, and this was what was inside:     So, I have a pile of hourglass blocks, lots of extra fabric, and no pattern.  I have no idea what I was planning for these fabrics, hence the mystery.  But...

An Autumn Wallhanging

An Autumn Wallhanging One good thing about all this indoor time is that I get to work on UFOs.  A number of years ago, maybe 6 or 7, I cleaned out my closet in the sewing room and did a major purge.  I pulled out all my UFOs and donated the ones I didn’t like...

My Thread Mini-Project

My Thread Mini-Project   I’m working on a UFO project, doing some embroidery and quilting on a fused applique wallhanging.  I’m playing with lots of threads, and I notice that my spools are getting dusty.  I love having my threads displayed by the...

UFO #7!

I’m still plowing through my UFOs.  Once upon a time, I took a class with Dianne Hire called Positive/Negative Scrollwork.  This was a cool experiment on positive and negative space in quilt design.   I had gotten as far as applying fusible to the fabric,...

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