Not that I have that many Ufos anymore, but I can see them breed in the dark corner of my sewing corner, just like scraps - hehehe
I like to make schedules and goals, and I enjoy a challenge, as you know, so I have joined Finn's challenge.
I think I will join with 5 projects - not beating myself, but jumping with joy if I finish just 4, and jumping with joy if I finish 5 (or more). I had to think long and hard about that one Finn !
I originally started to hand quilt this quilt, Leanne's House, but have recently decided to pick out the few threads of hand quilting and finish it by machine.
I want it finished Soon, while I still love the quilt so much my heart beats faster just looking at it and touching it. :-)
So, one hour a day until this quilt is done, and then, an hour a day on the next project, which I don't know which is just yet.
Wow what a stunning quilt that will be! Good luck getting it finished ;o)ReplyDelete
Hanne, your LeAnne's House is just wonderful!!! I believe you had that with you in Shipshe? I love the combination of stitchery and quilting.ReplyDelete
Joining a challenge is a great way to get motivated, and having that great plan will certainly help you accomplish your goals. The quilt is beautiful.ReplyDelete
I love that quilt ! :0)ReplyDelete
Hanne your quilt just looks amazing...ReplyDelete
Hi Hanne, that will be a beautiful quilt, I like your saying, will keep on working with my many UFOs soon.ReplyDelete
It is so pretty, the combination of stitchery and patchwork. Your quilting is progressing nicely!ReplyDelete
I think this quilt is just beautiful. I don't blame you for wanting to expedite the completion.ReplyDelete
Den blir flott - lykke til med quiltingaReplyDelete
Beautiful colours and beautiful stichery! Easy to understand why you want this done as soon as possible :-)ReplyDelete
I love that Leanne's House quilt! The hour a day is a great idea.ReplyDelete
I love your hour a day motto...think i will borrow that! Except I am going to make mine an hour a day of hand stitching... I find it tricky to sit and stitch at night lately..must be getting old! CathyxReplyDelete
It's amazing how quickly the hours will measure up to a finished project.ReplyDelete
I'm curious how you are quilting the stitchery quilt. I have a red work baby quilt I need to quilt this week and am not quite sure how I will do it. The picture in the magazine has meandering, but I'm not sure how it would look if I meander over the red work. I hope you will post another picture of yours showing the quilting.ReplyDelete