Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Mission Possible.........I hope!

I don't know how many of you have UFQ's, but, I do. So, my mission, if I choose to take it, (and I will), is to finish them by next week. Now, that's a tall order for me since I have 6 or 7 UFQ's.  All but two are bed size quilts, (full size or larger) the other two are lap size.

I feel I need to finish them so I can start an art quilt. I want to do something wild, colorful, modern, funky, and totally artsy. I've been playing around with pen and paper for a while, so, for me, the time has come to put it up on the design wall. But, I have to finish my other quilts first, at least that's what I am telling myself. 
So, now that I have a goal set, I better get with it and get some work done.
Oh yea, we are almost finished with the shower, just have the ceiling and trim work to complete, then I get to paint it. So, as you can see I have a lot on my plate for the next two weeks. Here's hoping I can do it.

I will keep you posted on my progress, that way, if I am not getting things finished, as hoped, you can get me back on track.

What UFQ's do you have laying around that need to be finished??? What to join me and make it a challenge?????  Let me know, the more the merrier!!!.


Anonymous said...

Now besides learning new quilting techniques I need to learn how to blog! LOL I will accept your challenge I have five UFO's 3 full size, and 2 donation quilts.


Sandy said...

Glad you are going to join me. Guess we need to do a daily update so we can post our progress.
The only trouble, you signed as Anonymous. Anyway, keep in touch and keep us informed

Colleen said...

How did your quilt "fair" at the State Fair??? It's gorgeous!

Sandy said...

Colleen, Thanks for checking out my Spiked with Color quilt. As for the Fair, didn't win a thing, but, I was up against some really amazing quilts. Think I try a few smaller shows next time, but, it's still my favorite quilt I've made so far.