Saturday, December 26, 2020

UFO Busting #130


Happy Saturday!!!  I hope everyone had an amazing holiday!  This week, I celebrated the finish of my Red, White and Blue Stars and Stripes quilt.  You can read more about it here.

My main focus this week has been working on my two versions of the Out West Quilt.  With the help of many Christmas movies, I was able to get all the bits and pieces for the quilts put together.

My focus now will be to finish both quilt tops before the end of the year.  Now I need to decide if I will participate in the 2021 mystery quilt.

While I'm contemplating that, lets take a look at last week's party.  Celebrating a finish last week we have Kathleen at Kathleen McMusing and her finished Barn Quilt

I love everything about this one!  The colors, the blocks and of course the quilting.  This was a quilt that could have very easily became a UFO thanks to 2020, but Kathleen persevered and is celebrating a beautiful finish.  Make sure you swing by and check out this beautiful quilt and congratulate her on her finish.

Next up we have Gail at Quilting Gail finishing up her last UFO finish for 2020 and it is a cutie!

I love the orange peel design in the four patch blocks and all the different motifs in the background blocks.  Make sure you hop over to Gail's and congratulate her on this UFO finish.

Now it's your turn.  Link up below and show us if you made the nice or naughty quilting list this week.

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Kathleen said...

Oh, thanks for such a sweet feature of my quilt. Your progress looks good and I am glad your Christmas was good. We made it through, but I miss my family that I only see a few times a year.... This blog helped brighten my day today.

QuiltGranma said...

Oh, those little stars are darling! If made in red they could be soft tree ornaments!

Rebecca Grace said...

Your Stars quilt came out great, Tish, and I LOVE your Out West blocks. That will be a stunner for sure. Do you have a TV in your sewing room, or did you move your sewing machine to another part of your house to watch/listen to Christmas movies while you were sewing? I used to have a TV in my studio several years ago but I wasn't really using it so we moved it to the master bedroom, where it also never gets used... So I mostly just listen to music or podcasts in my studio. I'll work on hand sewing downstairs by the TV if I have something ready to stitch but that's about it!

Haseeb Basil said...

Great rread

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