Saturday, May 23, 2009

Finally- A Giveaway!

Sometime back I posted about a Chinese coins quilt that I had started.  How am I doing on that you ask?  Well let me tell you: 

Since I started that. this little quilt called to be made:

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Of course I still need to quilt it.

And then the hexagon bug bit me and I have been working on this:

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The colors are prettier, honest.

I told you all that Adrienne is getting married so I am working on something for her (just a closeup of fabric-she reads this blog):

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Oh dear-sorry so blurry!

And  I am quilting this wallhanging for a dear lady who is taking sewing lessons from me:

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Now I know that I am not the only one out there juggling more than one project. (By the way, I also have a quilt on a frame that I am hand quilting).  But I am curious as to how many you all are juggling.

With that end, I thought I would have a giveaway.  Leave me a comment and tell me how many projects you are working on.  I will pick a random number on Wednesday, May 27 at 9:00 pm EST. The winner will receive this little package from my overstuffed sewing room:

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Just one entry per person please!  Good luck!

12 comments:

Aida said...

dear Diane..OMG..i think all of us are the same..i'm on my so-called Mega Project (need to make 60 tote bags set)..putting my hands on the hexey project that i received the instructions from you..gotto make bears for my nieces..four queen size tops to be quilted..my ooo my..thank god i only have two hands..:)

Susan Cahill said...

Wow, you are going to make me count all the projects I'm working on!

2 Project Linus quilts
2 blocks of the month for my guild meeting
the yearly challenge quilt for my guild
The Cilvil War Diary quilt
The Civil War Love Letter quilt
A baby quilt for a friend due in July

That is 8, wow, I better get my butt in gear.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

Erzebat said...

goodness, where do I start!?!?!
I have about 6 UFOs from classes I took. a couple of baby quilts to finish. tote bags, shop samples....this list is never ending!! (mauh) Liz

Moira said...

Hi Diane - I'm another one who works on multiple projects at a time, wouldn't know how to behave if I didn't have multiple projects going at one time....LOL

At the moment I have the following in various states of progress - a christmas table runner, a christmas tabletopper, 2 donation quilts for American Heroes, 120 9-patch blocks for a swap that I'm in, a quilt that is basted and ready to be quilted, a cross-stitch kit that will be a christmas gift, and am getting ready to start a pair of pants for myself. And nope, that doesn't count my UFO's.

Heather said...

Geez Louise! If I actually make a list it'll scare the stuffing outta me! But here goes:
For exchanges - 1 Row x Row Round robin for guild
1 applique Round Robin for guild
20 Embroidered basket blocks for a friendship block exchange
9 of Khris' little owl pincushions as thank yous for my guild board by June 15
10 cupcake pincushions for the June kick off luncheon (due this Tuesday)
1 applique block for my Calendar Girl swap (by end of May)
140 3" pinwheel blocks for a swap,
1 quiltlet for guild show silent auction (by Sept)
1 baby quilt for baby due June 13
1 bear paw block for an exchange (end of May)
2 quilts in process to get to quilter by July
and then there are my UFO's...

Like I said - before panic sets in I think I'll take an aspirin and go to bed! LOL!
Heather

Khris said...

OMG...do you really want to know...lol...3 unquilted quilt tops, one hexagon quilt still with many hex's to be done, 2 dolls, many stitcheries that I will turn into something one day...LOL...hugs Khris

Judy said...

I have 13 quilts in progress. I love your work and hope you show us what you are making with the coffee bean fabrics when it is complete and you have given it to the receiptant. I bought some of it because I loved it but not sure what I am going to do with it. not thats it unusual for me to do that..hehehe..Today being Memorial Day remember to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrafice for our country. Thanks Judy from NY

texanntx said...

i actually stopped counting when my UFO list hit the 100 mark.

on my current list of to do is a veterans lap quilt by the guild meeting (first Thursday). 2 charity quilts to quilt. A string quilt sample for Marjory's trunk show for the Interfaith Quilt Bee, a schlep bag out of upholstery fabrics, figure out a knitting project bag, finish the 2nd pair of sock monkey woolies, finish the wool shorties. There has to be more...ah, yes, the quilt for my grandniece...and a wedding quilt...and fix my daughters college graduation quilt that a dog chewed a hole through...

Jodyrose said...

Oh dear...
3 wall hangings. (all done except some embellishing and quilting)
2 stacked posies
xlg throw scrappy for friend (needs quilting)
prayer shawl for friend
swap blocks-gotta get those done today, am hung up on the colors
baby quilt
Lets not even count the older UFOs...at least 15 of those hanging around.
WHY do we let other things in our lives always take precedence over the things we love to do?

susan said...

do we really have to put a number on it?....i'd say i have at least a dozen finished tops ready for my little gammill; about 5 more in various stages and then there are wall hangings and now knitting ?!! one of these days they will all get done and i will still be working on something else.

Rae Ann said...

I'm ashamed to have to admit publicly just how many projects are still in the UFO stage...yikes
Okay off the top of my head...I have the following still in progress, I won't tell you for how long, 3 appliqued tops, 3 hand pieced tops, 2 unfinished hand quilted tops, 4 quilts that still need the binding applied and my DJ or my poor DJ blocks. Thats just off the top of my head.

SubeeSews said...

I have so many projects that I am afraid to count them. Today I made a tote bag out of the leftovers from a BD quilt for my daughter (this thursday). I used 6 blocks inside to make pockets. The quilt fits into the tote bag. So this is a done project. Only 20 more to go!
This weekend I started making little 3 1/2" 9-patches all in black and whites. This will make a miniature version of the BD quilt for my grand daughter's BD in November.
I am working on 2 hexie projects. One is in browns with fussy cut hexies. And the other is going to be white/blue combo. I now have 500 hexies basted. I know it is that many because I bought a package of 500 pre-cut papers. I love the basting...hope I learn to love the stitching together soon as I have quite a pile now.