Saturday, December 29, 2018

UFO Busting #42


Welcome to party 42 of UFO Busting.  It's been an emotional and crazy Christmas.  I'd love to wow you with all the amazing things I worked on or possibly the stash and cleaning I've accomplished, but alas there was none.  So this week I will depend on you for motivation and inspiration.
First up I'd like to highlight Deana over at Dreamworthy Quilts.  Last week she was working away on a new quilt embroidery project while spending time with family.  She also mentioned in a post a linky party she is hosting, with a pretty cool concept...make your own BOM for 2019.


What a great way to bust a UFO or several.  Treat them like your own personal block of the month!  You can read more about this fabulous idea here.

Next up we have Emily at The Darling Dogwood and her Bumper 2 Bumper quilt finish.

This adorable quilt was her Rainbow Scrap Challenge project for 2018.  She used Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilt's pattern Bumper 2 Bumper to create little cars in the color for each month.  The quilt has been backed with a soft fleece and will be donated to her local Project Linus chapter.  Make sure you pop over to congratulated her on her finish.

So let's see what you've been up to this holiday season?  Did you already enthusiastically start next years Christmas gifts or are you just waking up from a turkey coma?


An InLinkz Link-up

Also don't forget to email me a picture of your finished Fireburst quilts and quilt tops to tishnwonderlandqal(at)gmail(dot)com before noon on the 31st so that I can get you entered in a chance for prizes for the parade of quilts!!




9 comments:

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

Sending you a big, quilty hug or 20!!! xx

Lisa J. said...

Well if Yvonne is sending you 20 quilty hugs. I'm going to send you lots and lots of love. Looking forward to following along in 2019. That organization and clearing up will just have to wait.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

I had high hopes of being so productive...that didn't pan out LOL But I have been sewing. Life happens, and we just have to roll with it.

piecefulwendy said...

I'll get in line to give you hugs & love too. Rather than doing any sewing, my quilt room is in complete upheaval as we paint the walls and change a few things. This was not in the plan; it is a Christmas gift to me. (Good thing I sent you that Fireburst photo!).

Stitchin At Home said...

I would also like to give you a big hug. Not one stitch has happened in my sewing room.

Kate said...

Now that the holidays are over, hope you have a chance to get back to some stitching and hanging out in the sewing room. Have a very Happy New Year.

Louise said...

We're traveling away from the boat and my studio, so I'm missing working on UFOs! But I've been enjoying everybody else's posts and getting lots of inspiration. That Bumper to Bumper quilt is soooo cute! What a great RSC project. Happy New Year, Tish! Out with the old, in with the new!

dq said...

Tish, thanks so much for featuring my "Create YOur Own BOM"! It means a lot. I always love the way you are with words. You are gifted at writing and funny.

helenjean@midgetgemquilts said...

I don't think many accomplish much over Christmas. We burn ourselves out in the run up, both physically and emotionally, then collapse in a heap at the end

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