9/05/2016

UFO Finish

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a fun and productive holiday weekend :)
I've been gone for most of the summer dealing with Dr.things still. I got to come home for a few days finally. I decided to finish up something that would be quick, since I only had a few days again.


The top had been done for a year or more?? I found a scrap batting and and quilted it up simply. I decided to hang it up in my Sweetwater corner.


These are quick and lousy pictures but again, not much time to play with. I wasn't going for my usual OCD perfection in any part of this project. I was going for a UFO finish and it feels great to have something that is DONE!

Awhile ago I got some photos from a shop in Ohio that had purchased my Daysail/American Honey quilt. It was exciting to see it hanging in the display window! :) Mine is the middle star quilt.


Ok, off I go again. I keep reminding myself one of these days this will all be over and I can finally just sew!
Until next time, take care friends!

8 comments:

  1. Great finish on the UFO! Your quilt looks awesome displayed in the window. Welcome back to sewing.

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  2. The finish is lovely; I'm glad you had something you could work on in the time you had. And how exciting to see your quilt in the shop window that purchased it. I hope that the Dr. things bring you much good health. xxx

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  3. Congratulations on your UFO finish. I enjoyed the pictures of it and seeing your quilt on display at the store. Take care!

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  4. That was a great idea to finish up a UFO in the time you had Chris. It looks very sweet in the Sweetwater corner, LOL. I love house quilts.
    It is so cool to see your quilt again in the shop window! The display is awesome!

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  5. Congrats on finishing! Beautiful job.

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