Monday, March 09, 2009

UFO'S completed







I have been using some of my holidays to get a few UFO's finished and am very happy to announce that I have completed the pineapple patch quilt top, it has been sitting waiting for a border since the end of last year , but it was started at least 5 years ago.





I have also sewn together the Row X Row from 2006 and have also added its borders.

While on a roll I sewed the binding on some caring heart blocks, I was sent over 5 years ago,that I made into a swag. Still have the hand sewing to do, so pics to still come. I have also added an extra 4 1/2" border to one end of my Christmas Table cloth (Medallion RR) to make it long enough for my huge table and have another 6 1/2" border to add all around, hoping to have that done tomorrow. Also hoping to get the Chrissy swag completed and get the pic up next post.
I still have quite a few UFO's and some are only WIP's to go but am getting to them, this is the year to knock them over.
I have decided though to keep my interest that I will allow myself a small new project after I have hand sewn the binding of the swags and when I complete my next big UFO - the dreaded Cozy Cabins I will allow myself to make my Butterfly Fling jelly roll into a quilt.
I also have some fabric cut out to make a gift for someone special cant say who yet or what it will be but I will be sewing that at My quilters Bible study on Wednesday night group

6 comments:

Karen's Korner said...

You certainly have been busy Gail. You must feel a "sense of achievement" on finishing off those UFO's.

Beverley said...

You've been very busy ... good on you for completing UFO's! Love the one in the top picture ... the flowers and stripes ... very pretty.

Karen L said...

How good it must feel to have them finished Gail - they look gorgeous too. Enjoy the rest of your holiday. They go way too quickly don't they.

Tozz said...

Wow Gail your UFO's are just lovely. I bet you feel like you have a whole heap of new things. They look really good :)

Margarita said...

Well done Gail, I love the pineapple one.

Debs said...

Oh Gail you have done some stunning things. It must feel so good to have them done. Beautiful work.