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Sunday, October 7, 2012

UFO Sunday




Here is another UFO Sunday and my Greek Cross quilt is near the finish line.


The quilting is 75% done. The binding is made and ready to put on.


I decided to do this square loopy design. I will admit, as always, I wasn't sure how to quilt it. So, to think about it, I went ahead and made the binding. But, after much thought, I couldn't get this design out of my head, so I went for it. But I will say, circuit board was a second contender.  I am happy with the choice.


I thought I could get this one finished this weekend, but I guess I'm just not that fast. It will be finished before the next UFO Sunday!!

21 comments:

  1. Good job! Your quilting looks great, I like how the angled lines look on the fabric cross.

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  2. Thanks! I'm glad I went for it. I like how the design looks!

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  3. I really love your thread color, shows up beautifully on the yellow cross.

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    1. funny thing about that thread, I had bought it online for another project(2 spools) and it was the wrong shade, but it was perfect for this!

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  4. The square loopy design is perfect! With all of the right angles in the quilt, it needed something 'squarish'. It looks wonderful! ~Jeanne

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  5. It always seems to take longer than you think! Great job so far. And you WILL have it completed by next Sunday!!!

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    1. I'm so close! I has to be done by then:)

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  6. I really like this square loops design, can't wait to see how it looks over the whole quilt!

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  7. Love the loopy squares! I hope to see more pictures of this quilt very soon!

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  8. Love the colours and quilting Danielle as always your work is lovely. Thanks to reading your blog I found the craftsy block of the month (I know I'm a bit late joining it:) ) x

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    1. Good! It's never to late for that one. Once you have it, it's yours forever. Plus, I have learned a lot from it( the Craftsy Class)

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  9. I'm never sure how to quilt anything either. Looks like you made a good choice.

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    1. It's always such a hard choice, isn't it?

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  10. I think it looks great! Your lines are really straight!

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  11. I wanted to see your blog - since you commented on mine. Very nice and I really like the quilting pattern you chose. I think choosing the fabric and deciding on the way to quilt are the hardest part!

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    1. I agree! But the choosing fabric part is getting easier for me since there are so many I love. But still hard.

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  12. This quilting pattern is perfect for the boxy Greek crosses. Great choice, and you do such a great job quilting it!

    I know exactly what you mean about projects taking a bit longer than you think....I'm starting to suspect time goes faster on weekends. I can't prove it though. :)

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