Friday, May 22, 2020

Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? #ufonomore

Hi, all!

Friday has rolled around again - the tenth, I think, since we started staying home.  The days all roll together, but it's always good to remember when Friday rolls around and we get our whoop whoop on, isn't it?  So let's get started!

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On April 13th, I took this picture, of nine quilt tops I had pieced since moving to our new house.  Oh the shame of it!  But I put Jolene back to work, and this week I finished the last of those quilts!


First to be finished were four baby quilts that are now headed to Little Lambs Foundation of Utah!

The next five quilts will go to my church's quilt ministry, to replenish our sadly depleted stock of quilts.  

A brightly colored baby quilt...


...a graphic quilt with some really cute economy blocks...



A quilt which used up a lovely stash of orphan basket blocks...


Another orphan block quilt, this time using up extra 16-patch blocks from a quilt I made long ago...


... and last, but certainly not least, my favorite - a mashup of lots of random brightly colored orphan blocks that I have been hoarding for years!


And now I can truly say I have no more quilt tops waiting to be quilted - #ufonomore!

So - - - can I get a whoop whoop?

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And now it's your turn!

What's got you whooping it up this week?


What's making you do a little happy dance?

Share!  We want to dance right along with you,

And it's always more fun to dance with friends!

The party will stay open until Sunday midnight.

Hope to see you then?

Hugs!

Sarah

18 comments:

  1. those are all so bright and beautiful, well done to get the quilting done, as well as all that sewing and matching seams. What a god feeling as you see that pile all done.

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  2. Wow, a lot of quilts achieved! I love the way you used your orphan blocks, particulary the bright ones. Such a clever way to layout them on a grey background, wonderful!

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  3. as a hand quilter i'm always the caboose but happy to say much progress during corona-cation! all your quilts are lovely and will be much loved...

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  4. Wow! You got a lot done. Those are all lovely. I have tons of quilt tops I need to finish up. I just need to clear out all the stuff in the sunroom and find them! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  5. Sarah you have done fabulous, no UFOs is something to be celebrated. Now we look forward to seeing what you make next.

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  6. Wow, you were a powerhouse! Especially love the random orphan block quilt! Wish I could make mine look that good!!!

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  7. What a wonderful collection of quilts! Well done on finishing the entire pile!

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  8. When you tackle the UFOs you mean business! The bright orphans -- the last one -- caught my eye because I'm trying to figure out how you put the different sizes together. (Those visual puzzles make quilt-viewing so interesting.)

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  9. Awesome news and outstanding productivity, Sarah!!!

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  10. Wow this has been a busy 10 weeks for you! Well done

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  11. Wow you have certainly been a busy lady. Great work on so many beautiful finishes.

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  12. What a great feeling to get all of the tops finished!
    They look fantastic!

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  13. "One man's Scraps become another man's treasured Quilt!" My new saying. . .
    Well Done, Sarah! (I really love the Mash-up! It reminds me of the I-Spy quilts of another day. Some little kid will be finding treasures in that quilt for a long time ;-))

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  14. Wow - great accomplishment to get all those off your To Do List! You deserve a break today!

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  15. Awesome finishes, Sarah! I especially love your 4 baby quilts photo!!!

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  16. Fantabulous orphan block quilts! I love that the baskets go every direction :)

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  17. Glad you got those cute quilts quilted.

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  18. Wow...that's a lot of quilts to both make and quilt in such a time. Well done.

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