Sunday, July 15, 2012

UFO Challenge Pictures

Work expands to fill the time available for its completion.
Cyril Northcote Parkinson
known as Parkinson's Law

OK, Now that the year is more than half over I finally get around to posting pictures for the UFO Challenge that Judy over at Patchwork times is doing.  I wanted to get a picture of the whole tops but finally gave up on the idea and just did what I could.  I used my design wall for the smaller ones but I can't get a full length  picture because to how the room is set up.  I think I've figured out a way to do it out on the edge of my deck but since it has been in the high 90's and above lately the idea just lost it's appeal.

So here's the pictures of what I still want to get finished this year.  Of the 12 I started with I have one done, but I have made progress on two of the others.


Sunflower Blooming Nine Patch



1. Sunflower Blooming 9 Patch - The top is together, it may need a border or two. 
The picture shows about a fourth of the quilt but you can't see the center.  It is pretty big.



Margaret's Irish Chain



2. Margaret's Irish Chain - Needs a few more blocks and borders.  
My daughter pieced this one when she was in her teens and working at my shop.  
She did a pretty good job, it was her second quilt.

Here's a close up.



Can you tell she loves animals?



Sports Quilt

3. Sports Quilt - Ready for the Longarm

Cobalt Blue Stars and Burgundy Plaid Homespun



Watercolor Log Cabin

4. Floral Log Cabin - Needs borders, this is a close up shot.  
The blocks are 10" square and it is king size.


5. Fall Leaf Flannel 4 Patch - Ready for the Longarm   FINISHED!!! May 2012
You can see it HERE.


Blue Skies Tribble Trouble

6. Blue Skies Tribble Trouble - Ready for the Longarm.  This one is about queen size.  
It was fun to make and I used a variety of sky prints in it.

Hunter's Star

7. Hunter's Star - Needs borders.  This was foundation pieced and was NOT fun to make.

Hunter's Star Close Up

Hunter's Star Foundation Side

Batik Circles

8. Batik Circles - Needs borders.  
I really love this quilt!!!  I want to do a really good job quilting it.

Circles Close Up

Out of the Bag

9. Scrappy Out of the Bag - Needs borders - Progress: Borders On, Binding Cut.  
This is one of Judy's patterns.

Bears in the Farmhouse

10. Bears in the Farmhouse - Needs final border.  Another of Judy's patterns.

Shortcut to School

11. Shortcut to School - Needs borders.  A Trudie Hughes pattern.

Winner's Bouquet

12. Winner's Bouquet - Blocks Done, - Progress: Center Sewn, Needs Borders, Fabric Selected.
I have the border fabrics pinned up.  Still debating the inner border.  This is a Terry Atkinson design.


That's the list.  I'm linking to the Quilter in the Gap 3rd Quarter Finish A Long 
and Judy's Design Wall Monday
and Freshly Pieced WIP Wednesday
and Sew Happy Geek

7 comments:

  1. Those batik circles are beautiful!

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  2. You have some fab projects here. I especially like circles and out of the bag. Good luck with finishing them all :)

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  3. Hey, better late than never! Anything to help us finish our UFOs!! You have a nice bunch of quilts.

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  4. The Bears in the Farmhouse colors are so bright and cheery! Good luck on getting all these done :-)

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  5. Lovely projects, Patricia - love the colours you chose for the batik circles, out of the bag and winner's choice. All the best with finishing them all and look forward to seeing your beautiful finished quilts! =)

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  6. Your quilts are so beautiful! I love intricate and precise they are. The batik circles are simply amazing! Good luck with finishing them all! Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday!

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  7. Wow! You've been busy this year. Looks like you're on track to get quite a few quilts done!

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