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01/28/2010

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I have a t-shirt quilt and a civil war reproduction nine patch in my IMMEDIATE UFO basket. I also have Winter Wonderland quilt, along with a house quilt and. . . several other things. I love your block of the month and can't wait to begin. Thanks!

Oh boy, I have too many UFOs and my basket has turned into a whole closet. However, this year I'm working hard to get many of them DONE! My most recent is a Dear Jane and my oldest (that I'm nearly done with--yeehoo) is over 25 years old and is a sampler. Only 1 more border before I can start quilting it!!!

So many UFO's, so little time! I have at least four BOM applique kits purchased from Stitchin Heaven in Quitman, TX, over the past several years. In the spirit of the recession, I am using what I have & having a lot of fun getting something accomplished! Kathy B.

One of the items in my UFO basket is the makings of hexagons. I take them with me everywhere that I'm going to be sitting and waiting. One year it will be a beautiful quilt. Same with all the other UFO's...one day many beautiful quilts. LOL

You applique is wonderful!!! I am loving the lessons, even though I already know how to, its always nice to learn/try new ways.
I have many UFO's, but I am working very hard at whacking that count down. I think I have at least 10, that doesn't count quilt tops that need to be quilted as well. I think I have about 6 of those. I would love to win your applique package you have put together.

I also love your applique! Thank you for sharing the tutorials. I have many UFOs, which include two quilted diamonds, my Dear Jane, Dear Hannah, my local quilt shop BOM, a swap hop BOM, Baltimore Christmas Quilt blocks, and an applique project started in Mary Sorensen's applique class.

I guess the main think in my UFO's is my second Dear Jane I have been working on it for 2 years now and one day it will be complete.
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

I am working on the 2009 The Quilt Show quilt. All the blocks pieced just need to add borders. Your applique instructions look great, I am so tempted to make that my new WIP.

I have a dozen or more UFO's. The most pressing is the need to finish the 13 remaining Dear Jane blocks. Like Karen, I started it nearly 2 years ago. First I'm nearing the finish line on quilting my Dutch Treat, started as the same time.

OMGSH!! There are SEW MANY!! And now I have just added FLORABUNDA to the basket!! I really need this give-away to get me started!! LOVE you blog!!

I am new to your blog and am so glad I found it. I have looked at other posts and your tutorials are great especially the close up photos. I am going to try to do the BOM. The first block is so pretty. thanks for sharing.
Yes, I have lots of UFOs. Right now I am trying to finish the basket BOM by Anne Sutton.

My "UFO" basket? Gosh, if only it would all fit in one basket. Let's see, swap blocks that need to be made into tops, tops that need quilting, several BOMs, things for grandkids, and, and...............LOL! But it's all fun!

By the way your applique lessons have such incredibly clear pictures. Super! And the new BOM, well, how wonderful is that? Thanks.

I have a UFO 'railing' - 2 quilt tops that need quilting and 1 that I am hand quilting.

SandyTN

Hallo,
ich habe einen Sternen Quilt, einen Lone Star, einen Häuser Quilt und noch einiges andere. Ich kann es gar nicht alles aufzählen.
Dein Florabunda könnte mich auch verführen, er sieht schon super toll aus.
Liebe Grüße Käte aus Germany

Oh in my UFO basket there are quite a few things.Bunny Hill BOM 2009, suebonnetquilt to be quilted, a tablerunner or two, some sticheries .... Uups, I really have to keep on finishing those!
Love your florabunda BOM very much and your great tutorials for appliqué! I still have to learn so much and I appreciate your great help.
Have a blessed day
Greetings from switzerland Martina

I have lots of UFO's aka PhD's too. (PhD means Project half Done) I have a paper pieced quilt that has been 'aging' for about 5 years already. Such a huge task but I really need to get back to that one. I have several quilts that just require the borders to be done.

I am looking forward to your BOM and the lessons. Your work is amazing and the designs I have seen so far are wonderful!

Oh my, I'd use up all your blog space if I listed all my UFOs. It's bad I tell you! And no thanks to you! I just discovered your blog today, printed out your gorgeous BOM and am eager to learn your method of applique. I have liquid starch on my shopping list and those nifty thimble pads on my search for list. Sure would be fun to win that loot!

I have last year's BOM with Sue's fabrics in my UFO basket. I only got the first month done and then froze. I guess I am afraid to cut into the fabrics in the kit.
Jill

I have many ufos...maybe 10-15? but the ones slated for finishing first are a mini dresden plate I had started for a granddaughter due in the spring. I had fabrics pulled for this since I found out she was expected but just didn't know what I wanted to make...only the colors I wanted so I need to get off my duff. Also, a Valentine swap block quilt that needs one more block and quick piecing to get it into a top and possibly quilted in time? I don't think I'll make this year's holiday, but it should be done for next. I bookmarked this site because I'd like to try my hand at applique. I do enjoy hand work so this might be just the thing to get me over the intimidation!

I think I added my comment to the wrong place. I have a BOM from 2008 and 2009 waiting to get done--both too big for a basket. ritzy

My UFO basket is filled with 3 cloth books for the same number of niece/nephews; a quillow for a niece; a welcome baby quilt for her new brother due in March (better get busy!); Dresden Plate blocks started by my great grandmother; a table runner for my sister; a wall hanging for my mother... think that's it. With the exception of the Dresden Plate quilt, all could be finished in an uninterrupted week... if such a thing exists!
Charae

I haven't done much applique in the past, but I'm
very excited to begin the Floribunda BOM. Thank you
so much for your generosity!

What a wonderful giveaway! I have been looking for those finger pads. Thanks for entering me :-)

Your BOM looks like fun...UFO's too many.
I also have many in progress...one UFO is a heart stitchery I should finish!
Have a lovely day...it's cooler here today so I may get some stitching done.

I have a King sized quilt that I need to work on. It is a Mariner's Compass pattern by Brenda Henning. It was in an issue of Fons and Porter. Someday I will get it finished.

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