UFOs

This and that----still waiting.


Convergence-----this one has been waiting for borders since March 2008




I know I have more done on this one than shown in the picture taken Jan 2010.  "Two of a Kind"  following a pattern in APQ by Darlene Zimmerman but called Cheap Trick if you use charm packs ala Miss Rosie's Quilt Company.

Part of a Bug Jar quilt---pro bono


My Road to Oklahoma made years and years ago---pre 1997 and still NOT quilted.  I have toyed with the idea of resizing it for QOV but can't do it as part of it was a friendship pass around quilt with the Lexington (IL) small group I worked with for years before relocating south.




Fall Robin Robin----done with the Jacksonville-Belles group
top completed Dec. 2006.  The hangup?  I am not happy with the last border but not sure what  I want do to  instead.  I just know that the brown poly needs to go though the leaves can be saved and re-applied elsewhere.

Read about it http://catsnqlts2.blogspot.com/2006/12/round-robin-pics.html







30's Row Quilt with the Collinsville Rowers
circa August 2007
Read about it http://catsnqlts2.blogspot.com/2007/08/retreat-wrap-up-1.html




My version of the Oxmoor Christmas quilt
I have finished one for a friend who passed away but my version has languished for years.  I have re-designed it----TWICE.  Three times if you count, finishing Betsy's.

Read about the story behind it and Betsy's finished quilt:
http://catsnqlts2.blogspot.com/2009/01/saturday-doings.html



The latest re-design  http://catsnqlts2.blogspot.com/2010/12/i-think-ive-got-it.html





4 patch stacked posie  (I think that is the correct name)  Flimsy



12 Days of Christmas redwork patterns from Alex Anderson but my choice of setting.  Still a flimsy





Recently re-set.  The cat blocks are from Sandy Gervais.  (The flimsy will be hand quilted)




This one moves to the 2014 finish list if possible!




1 comment:

  1. i love all of your ufo's! i have quilted for over forty years. i hand piece, hand quilt and donate to charities.. my income is less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability so buying fabric is not an option. if you ever have any scraps, orphan blocks, or tops you would part with, i would be honored to finish them and donate. keep up the great work, you do such beautiful work. i really love the stacked posey. blessings, barbara babscorbitt@gmail.com

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