My Second 2019 UFO Challenge Report

April is over and it is time for my second 2019 UFO Challenge Report.  I chose to give myself 2 months intervals to get things done, and it's kind of working more or less.  Here goes:

In my Create Your Own BOM, I'm one block behind but have managed to get 3 of the 4 almost done.
                First one - done; Second one - 2/3rd appliqued; Third one - ready to applique.

For the UFO challenge I was suppose to make the 4 patchwork blocks for that same quilt.
Got one unit of 16 units done - had to first figure out how to make an accurate 3 1/2" square that has 11 pieces.
one on right finally correct.
When all the units are done, it will be a 9-patch 9 1/2" block.  There are another 16 units of another configuration to make also.  Going to do this at the quilt retreat in two weeks.

Then in between this UFO work which had me so frustrated, I worked on another oldie.
This top was started in 2016 and finished that same year. Just needed quilting. It's for a family member. The blocks were from Pat Sloan BOW Winter Solstice to make Angela's RSC challenge of the same year. 

Then the charity quilts:



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five scrap quilt tops while quilting the rainbow quilt.

Lastly, still working on that mini medallion quilt from scraps that's still on my design wall. 

I'm linking to Design Wall Monday, Monday Making, Moving it Forward, Oh Scraps, and BOMs Away!   How did you do?

Comments

  1. All really pretty work. 'Looks like you are really getting a lot accomplished.

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  2. You've gotten a lot done! That's a lot of pieces for a 3.5" square. No, thanks!

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  3. Oh my goodness! What a lot! And all beautiful! Makes my head spin. Can't wait to see your BOM come together -- it's shaping up to be quite gorgeous!

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  4. Eleven pieces to come out right--indeed a challenge! As is the applique. I love the rainbow sampler.

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  5. You have so many fun projects here! The bunny panel is adorable, and I really love the fussy-cut tropical fabric in your house medallion - really great how you got the palm trees over the house. Those UFO units! Wow - they look pretty tricky. I'd have to use paper piecing to keep them accurate, I'm sure.

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  6. Wow Angie, that's a lot of work and projects finished and worked on. Well done 👍 .lov lyour applique blocks. Hugs from NZ.

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  7. Wow, this is quite an impressive show of gorgeous quilting! I wish I could piece like you...that is a real shortcoming of mine.

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