Friday, February 19, 2010

Finish, not a UFO

Left-over Mountains Majesty blocks, left-over HST borders, left-over fabrics, but not really a UFO. It wasn't even on my list. Sometimes I happen to see some blocks that have been lying around, and, who knows why, I feel the time has come to finish them off. I even forgot about it after I handed to Catherine for quilting. I was very surprised when she gave it back to me last night at Bee.

Today I finished the trimming, the binding and labeling. It's "down the chute" to the laundry and will then be ready for the Neonatal collection by the Guild in March.

I also trimmed this quilt of flannel "waste triangles" which Catherine also returned. This too will need to be bound and labelled, after I do the same to the true UFO Pineapple wall hanging.

Will post a photo of that tomorrow, if I have time after the GR Women's Chorus workshop that goes from 9 am to 4 pm tomorrow. Right now it is in the binding process.

And I have to watch the Olympics, knitting in hand. That takes time away from quilting projects.



Chance to go to Beaver Island Quilt Retreat in the fall
Lots of sun today
Yummy salmon for dinner


Quilter Kathy said...

It's funny how that happens...leftovers call you to become something and before you know it, you have another unique quilt!

Sarah said...

I love how you have combined those "left overs"! Beautiful! I have been seriously indulging in the Olympics as well, and thoroughly enjoying it. :-) The men's figure skating today was great. And Torah Bright winning gold for Oz yesterday was pretty special too!