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Catching Up on UFO's



Here's what I've been up to lately:

This is my crayon quilt. I just bought some yellow for the backing so I'm almost ready to quilt this. It's for my granddaughter and I'm hoping to get it quilted by next week. I can take it and add the binding during my visit.


Something for Valentine's Day. I bought the kit from Sew Lux, in fact, I bought two!!! Working on the second one as a Leader/Ender project. 


I'm a huge fan of Downton Abbey, so I bought some fabric and used one of Andover Fabrics' patterns. Just not in love with it, but...can you see the mistake?  I'm taking it apart as we speak. 


Not sure I shared, but I finally finished all those alphabet bean bags and did a couple bags for them. Here's one:



Another...so happy that I'm finished and the kids are loving them. Seemed like a great idea and thought I could just throw them together, but, after a couple, I wanted to move onto a new project, so I did. LOL


This is my version of Quiltville's Grand Illusion mystery quilt. Still on Step 1...LOL


I have more projects and I'll post those tomorrow.  I re-arranged my sewing studio today, so I have to clean it up a bit and I'll shoot some updated pics. 

I still need so much help in using my time wisely and thereby, getting more quilts done. I'm going to be gone most of February so I need a hand work project to be ready to work on. Hmmmm.

I have quite a few tops that need to be quilted. Doing my borders on most of them and I'll share more soon. 

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  1. Such cute projects! Love the one you made for your granddaughter and the Valentine one. Stopping by from the GYB hop. Hope you have a good week!

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  2. Love your crayon quilt, such lovely colours. Maybe I should make something similar for the grankids - trouble is, if you make for one child you have to make for the other two.

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  3. Stopping by from GYB, no I cannot see a mistake! Cute Valentine X O! Enjoyed seeing your quilts.

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  4. Love love your crayon quilt!! So creative!!

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