Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Sunday Stitchers UFO List #6

As the year draws to a close, we take time to reflect on our achievements.. for the year....
(let's gloss over our non achievements).
[waffle waffle]   But we do have a month to go!!!


De proposed a Sunday Stitchers UFO Challenge for the year. Most of us created a list of 12 things that we wanted to "get done" - it didn't have to be a finish - it could be as simple as "work on XXXX"
Most of us have joined in enthusiastically and even if we didn't always do what ever it was that we were "supposed" to do - we all celebrated our achievements.


I am pretty happy with my progress - December's number is 11 and I am almost guaranteed to have that one finished by our next meeting.   So, I have one failure...#5.... It might go on next year's list - or maybe I will get it done over the Christmas break....we will have to wait & see.

November's number was 6 - this is my Mrs Beasley's Sampler - which as some of you know was a very long drawn out story...I started this about January 2014 and was finally able to start the 4th block in January 2017.

Now its quilted (lightly) and I can say "It's Done"...yay



and some close ups - I ditched most of the blocks 
and then added some machine embroidery 


I used a feather stitch on my machine to applique the dresden plates



The colours are so soft & pretty - I'm glad to have it done and although it was very disappointing to have to wait for so long to get the rest of the pattern (and there was no communication to explain or apologise)...I do love it.




7 comments:

  1. oh it's lovely.....and I love the little bits you added in the quilting - just adds to it so well..... I hope I get to doing mine ….
    Hugz

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  2. Yay! How good to have a finish. It truly is lovely.

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  3. Beautiful finish Susan ,yes alot of people were very unhappy with what happened there,glad you got yours finished it looks so pretty.

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  4. Love the finished quilt Susan. Great idea to add some machine embroidery, something for me to keep in mind.

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  5. Such gorgeous colours you have used in this quilt Susan.

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  6. Well done Susan. A pretty finish..

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