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Thursday, August 13, 2009

Those Darn UFO's!

Remember way back in March when I said that I was going to get this top basted and quilted, so it wouldn't become a UFO? (Click HERE if you forgot about it too.) True to my word, here it is (only 5 months later) all basted and ready to quilt! Just how long does a project have to sit around before it's labeled as a UFO anyway?

6 comments:

Vivian said...

Looking forward to seeing the finished quilt. Love the close-up view.
I think calling a project a UFO is related not only to time as to frame of mind. As long as I remember that I have a project, even if I don't work on it steadily, I don't consider it a UFO.
But when I pack it up, forget about it, and then tah DAH -- some day I find a project I forgot I had -- that's a UFO. (It probably has a lot to do with packing it away too.)
On that note, I think I'd better check my UFOs. They're no doubt multiplying back in a corner somewhere.

prairiemoonquilts said...

I love those fabrics! (Naturally, since I do a lot of cowboy/western-related stuff.)

Melanie said...

Hia Susan, well it's a WiP you're working on it.

I think a UFO is what you put in the back of a drawer and hope it will do something to itself when you're not looking. LOL

Well done for getting on with it.

Mrs Quilty said...

I think us quilters have to have UFOs...it required! So don't feel bad. You'll get to it! And it's very very cute!!!

Calamity Jane's Cottage, Bonnie said...

Love your quilt and I think we all have UFO's. I just hope I finish some before the fabric goes bad.
Keep Stitchen'
Bonnie

Deb said...

5mths is long Susan if its for the wee cowboy as he isn't old enough to appreciate time frames.

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