Monday, February 13, 2012

UFOs This is a BIG story!!

Well, I nipped about in my sewing room and took some random photos of stuff that I have not yet finished.  Turns out the photos are all of projects that I still like.  And must finish.  This is easier to say than do.  Of course I will finish them all - by next Thursday week preferably!

This is my most CURRENT UFO.  I started it two days ago, knowing that I had many other quilts to finish.  Naughty me.  I just love this Woodlands fabric.  Had to have it and had to make a quilt with it.

These gorgeous cats came from Keepsake Quilting.  I've had them forever.  I love redwork and I love cats.  I don't know what I will do with these blocks (there are 4) when I have finished them.

My QAYG UFO.  This is a lot of hand sewing and I find I cannot sit and do too many at once.  I am getting there though.  Slowly and with perserverence.  Ooh, that's not a good word is it?  Am I enjoying this? 

Broken China (dresden plate) in 1930s fabrics.  I love this.  Having said that, I haven't worked on it for ages.  Must do some more soon.  :)

This is 5 Little Ducks by Chitter Chatter Designs.  I am making this one for baby James.  It's needleturn applique, which I get a great deal of satisfaction in doing.  I love ducks.  There are about four quilts out in the ether with ducks on that bear  my signature   All gone to good homes. 
There are one or two more but I will add those maybe tomorrow. 


  1. Ooh loving the woodland circle quilt! No wonder you couldn't resist - gorgeous fabric.

    Your embroidery and hand quilting is impressive! The little kittens would look cute as cushions!

  2. The 1930s stuff reminds me of the 70s go figure?

  3. I like the 1930s stuff it reminds me of the 1970s the way you've put it together , go figure?

  4. Your work is beautiful! Sooooo inspirational. Thank you for sharing :-)

  5. I just don't know how you needleturn applique, it seems impossible. Thanks for sharing, I love the stories in quiltmaking