If you're a REAL quilter, you have at least one UFO (unfinished object) and one WIP (work in progress) stashed in the closet or stacked on a shelf. Maybe you just need quilting suggestions, or maybe a fresh eye from a new online friend can help with block arrangements. How about a UFO swap? Any UFO conversation is welcome.

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Comment by Barbara Hughes on Tuesday

I found the pattern at Fave, Liz and copied it. It is going to be a very cute quilt. BIG OOOOPS, Liz  for putting my house on the wrong page. 

Comment by Gail Brown on Tuesday

Liz, I know about the hair.  I want a haircut sooooo bad.  Some of our grocery stores open early with the first hour being for seniors, but the pharmacy doesn't open until the regular time.  Usually most of the seniors need something from the pharmacy.  Seems like it kind of defeats the purpose, since we have to either wait around or go back.  At least with the masks nobody recognizes us looking our worst.  We're just masked strangers.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Tuesday

Thank you, Gail!  This morning I was the first customer through the door at Loblaw's at 7:00 A.M.  Just 1 cashier but no line-up.  The pharmacy wasn't open so I still have to go out this afternoon to pick up some low dose aspirin.  And I looked through the women's clothes in the grocery store but no cut-offs!  So I have to keep wearing my baggy too big pants for a while longer.  No one recognizes me anyway when I'm out - my hair is uncharacteristically long and I have a mask on.  My friend phoned me yesterday - she saw me from the window and did not recognize Hubby and I.  I'm much better off inside sewing! LOL

Comment by Gail Brown on Tuesday

Liz, I love your Scrappy, makes me think of my Mother "waste not, want not."

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Tuesday

See, Riana, I'm on the right page!

Barbara, your house would take up an entire quilt not just a block!  This is getting to be a fun project.

I'm machine quilting my Bear Quilt - a combination of straight line and free motion.  I really like it so far!

Comment by Riana Noyes on Tuesday

Liz, you certainly use each piece! I do too, but l take longer to use them because l don't have the ability to just " let go", lol!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Monday

Mea colpa, Riana!  I get the 2 pages mixed up lots!  The block was just an easy one to do!  More scrappy blocks.  Nothing gets thrown away.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on Monday

Cute bus and beautiful needlework, Riana.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Monday

Mary, about 30" w x 14" high, not nearly as big as your project pieces. It's slow going, but enjoyable.

Liz, l noticed the letter  " T" square ( maybe should've been here instead of challenge page?) I've always wondered about the various letter "T" blocks often in vintage quilts. What's with that? Did a lot of surnames happen to start with it? Was there a political meaning at one time? Or was it just easy to do?

Comment by Mary Moore on Sunday

Riana, what size is that beautiful needlepoint??  I think you may be almost as crazy as me.


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