Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Four More UFO's

Mariners Compass -- M'Liss Rae Hawley workshop. Just needs a bit more hand quilting and then binding. I am planning on hanging this on the back side of the fireplace (which sits in the centre of the house). This one really should be finished already. I took the workshop in October 2001.

Mystery Quilt - still needs a couple of borders - I did buy fabric for that. January 2000 I think.

Judy L. Quilt for an Hour quilt -- this year. Just needs to be layered and machine quilted.

The Hugs and Kisses quilt - again this year. Needs a border of some kind. I have run out of the WoW background fabric - so I am a bit stalled because of that. Not sure what to do about a border.

I am heading off first thing tomorrow morning. I will check in on my blog friends on occasion but I am not sure how often and if I will get a chance to post. Have a great July everyone and see you in a couple of weeks - if not sooner.
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  1. thanks for sharing your UFO's .....maybe I should atleast pull some out and see what I have.........

  2. I enjoyed seeing these four. Love the way your Quilt For an Hour turned out!

  3. ciao,
    fist of all.....HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

    I really like your UFOs and above all
    Mariners Compass and Lorraine Torrence.

    ciao ciao

  4. Thanks for sharing your UFO's they are wonderful. Have a great holiday and we'll see you when you get back.

  5. Love your mariners compass and the hugs and kisses. See you when you get back.

  6. Love;y! You're still just a baby in the UFO department! lol ;o) Have a safe trip!

  7. And won't you feel so pleased with yourself as you begin to finish one thing after another.

  8. HI Pam,
    I hope you are enjoying your trip to Calgary- We are having a heat wave here in Alberta- I live in Edmonton and have just discovered your blog. You make many lovely quilts- I really like the Lorraine Torrence design- it is great to see all the beautiful work that people are doing all over this world we live in. Hope you got a chance to visit the quilt shops in Calgary. There are some nice ones in the area too- Addies in Cochrane, Fabric Cottage in Calgary and a really terrific one in Canmore, the Sugar Pine Quilt Company.
    By the way, I loved your African fabrics that were in previous blog and added a comment there.
    Have a safe journey.
    Regards from a fellow Western Canadian Quilter, Anna

  9. I've tagged you for the seven random things game! Vistit my blog to see the rules.

  10. Love the snail's trail. Looks like you're on the road to completion on many projects. I am still starting new ones when I continually resolve to finish existing ones! Do I ever learn?

  11. Hi Pam, thank you so much for the stopping by and commenting!! I'm on a mission to get around to the blogs of gals I got blocks from...but as always, I am soooo slow about everything.
    Thank you for the lovely block, and NO, it's not an orphan, it has sisters who will join it in a new quilt called "Pieces from our Scrapbags"...*VBS* And it will be wonderful! I really appreciate having younger gals like yourself do this for my blog-a-versary! It's been such a joy to sit and look at each block and think about a person who bought this fabric, and pulled it from a stash to make a block to come to me in my little Valley village in WI. It's quite powerful stuff..all that caring stacked in a pile of fabric squares. It will be an honor to figure out how to join these little ones together..*VBS*
    I've bookmarked your blog, and altho it won't be often, I'll be back!
    Love the Hour a Day quilt..turned out great!! Hugs, Finn