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  • Re: Post your 2015 UFOs here.

    Linda - Hugs, there girl. Hang in there - you are strong! Like the list idea, but I'm afraid mine would sort of look like Santa's nice list at Christmas---don't even want to think of how many UFOs I have stashed in various places around the house :( However, I did manage to get 1!!!! finished for our Quilt Show. It's called "City
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Mon, May 4 2015
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    have fun with the quilting on your UFO, Pat. I find rather than using the machine quilting gloves for grip (my hands get way too hot and sweaty in the gloves), I use two squares of the "anti slip" stuff you put under things. I have no idea what it's called, but I know here in Canada I get it at Wal-Mart or the $$$ store. I've had too
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Sat, Mar 7 2015
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    YAY!!! to all of you that have started on your UFO's! I'm sort of lagging in that department - too many friends/co-workers having babies that I need to get something made for. Nothing like leaving things to the last minute!!! LOL. My excuse is I need to know if the baby is a boy or girl, so I know what colour the quilt should be... Glad your
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Mon, Jan 12 2015
  • Re: Post and discuss your 2014 UFOs here.

    Hi, Gang - I'm still around too - just don't get much time to get on line...That doggone thing called work cuts into my free time LOL. I have many many many UFO's that I need to get back at. As soon as I dig the first one out, I will photograph and post is. I did have one that I posted last year (Blue Bargello) that I had basted. Well..
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Thu, Jan 8 2015
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    [quote user="Pat Lancaster"] Thanks Kris, I couldn't get an appointment for the first surgery until Nov 6 so it will be awhile. I am really excited to think that I will be able to see well enough to work on my aunt's Dresden blocks. I need to finish some embroidery on them and can't see well enough to do it. I'm going to try
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Wed, Oct 15 2014
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    Your thread painting looks great, Kris! Something I've used for stabilizer when using the decorative stitches on my machine are used dryer sheets. They work really well as a stabilizer, and the nice thing is - we're putting less in the landfills
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Wed, Oct 15 2014
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    Pat, Love your MQ :) I so agree with you on having quilting being fun. My job too, is very stressful. I find that coming home after work, having supper with DH, then when he goes to sleep before starting his shift (he works graveyards) , curling up at my sewing machine or my midarm, turning the TV on to something mellow (and now that hockey season has
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Mon, Oct 6 2014
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    Kris - I love your EPP block - Y seams are something I haven't attempted yet in any quantity. The ones I have done quite often tend to crease in the corner :(. Glad you are enjoying your longarm. I got a "BabyLock Tiara" - 16" midarm at the beginning of the summer. It sure makes quilting a King size quilt so much easier. What type
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Mon, Oct 6 2014
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    Way to go, Kris and Pat! Your quilts look awesome! I'm like you, Pat - except instead of orphan blocks, I piece the back of my quilt with leftover fabric from the quilt top to extend the backing fabric. I'm still working on the king size quilt - but it's been way too warm to be quilting. However, I did get this queen sized bargello basted
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Thu, Sep 11 2014
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    The weather doesn't help - temps here have been in the 90's and up to the low 100's (right now it's 30C - which is about 90F) It's too warm to quilt with those temps.
    Posted to The UFO Group (Forum) by Pat on Mon, Jul 28 2014
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