Saturday, July 11, 2020

UFO Busting #113

Happy double party Saturday!  Double party?  Yes, along with UFO Busting, yesterday I also hosted the TGIFF party.  Check out all the wonderful posts and finishes we had here.  So what was I celebrating?  My finish of the Pinwheels in the Park quilt.

You can read more about this finish and my three year irrational ways that lead to this quilt's finish delay here.

With my state moving towards a mandatory mask initiative my focus this week has been back to mask making.  I decided my co-workers and I needed new masks and fun ones at that.  I tried to make everyone a mask out of something I knew they would like and we decided to have a little fun with it. 

We deiced to have a little contest to see which mask our customer's like the most.  The winner is undetermined as of now.  Batman seems to be in the lead though.

Now let's see what you've been up to this past week.  First up we have Donna Lee, who managed to surprise herself with finishes.  Donna Lee finished up a little positively fun piece this week that had to be originally put on hold because of a binding snafu.

But this wasn't the only finish for Donna Lee this week.  Nope.  But you will have to hop over to Donna Lee Q to see the second one.  She does a much better job telling you about it.

Next up we have some absolutely stunning quilting by Sandra at mmm!quilts.  Stunning doesn't even begin to describe the quilting details on this quilt.

Sandra made Fly High using the Migrating Geese pattern (details in her post) to create this gorgeous quilt for a RSC challenge project.  She quilted this quilt using a plethora of quilt designs inspired by several super talented quilters...and the result is just breath taking.  If you haven't already, please take some time to go drool over (it's a quilt, it will wash) and read about the quilting of this quilt.  I'm just speechless.  

Now it's your turn.  Link up below and show us what you've been up to this week.

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Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

I haven't found a mask pattern that I like. So I bought a face shield. So much better...doesn't fog up my glasses and I don't feel smothered from breathing. So nice you made masks for your co-workers.

Sandra Walker said...

I linked Fly High! up here again too because it's totally a UFO (from 2017) and I'm so glad it is finally finished! Thank you for featuring it from TGIFF! :-) I love the masks you made and the collage of everyone. So good to promote that this is not any kind of hardship whatsoever to wear. Is that my friend Doug watering the plants?! ;-)

dq said...

I am glad you can find fun in mask making still. I will be going back to school in just over a month and will be wearing them daily. I only kept two for myself, so I will certainly be making more. I am trying to decide what is most comfy to wear. Wearing occasionally to the story is different then all day every day.

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