"handed down" to me.
I didn't choose the fabric.
I don't have the instructions.
But I can't give them away.
If I did give them away
I imagine they would be thrown in the trash.
I kind of feel like I'm saving those precious projects
that someone else didn't get to finish.
This is one I ran into yesterday.
One little quilt top ready to go!!!
back and forth.
I even had a fun backing for this one!!
I just doubled my donation goal!!
I figured I could make one donation quilt a month.
I finished TWO this week!!!
I'm adding this to amy's sew and tell.
Lovely, simple quilting. This encourages me to get going on my quilting. Simple is good.ReplyDelete
That's a wonderful goal. I've only finished three for the year.ReplyDelete
What a cute quilt! It just needed a little loving to become something special - and a great gift for someone in need!ReplyDelete
Great job! :o)ReplyDelete
You always amaze me!!!ReplyDelete
I love finishing the unknown project - I always think of them as "disappointed" if they lie around unfinished.ReplyDelete
Your quilt turned out very cute.
That's cute! And what a great idea to finish your UFO's for donations. Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o)ReplyDelete
Great finish, and it turned out cute! That backing fabric is perfect for it.ReplyDelete
What a great way to give these unwanted projects a new life. The backing fabric is really fun.ReplyDelete
This is so cute and makes a wonderful donation quilt! I agree with Em ... great way to give those unwanted projects new life! What a rewarding experience.ReplyDelete
That's the majority of my stash is projects that others aren't going to finish so I either make bags or smaller quilts. Way to go for finishing this one and someone is going to love it!ReplyDelete