Finishing Some UFOs

By Allison Sharp In the quilting world, UFO stands for UnFinished Objects, and most quilters have several lying around, just hoping someone will work on them. One of my goals for the summer was to get rid of some of mine. Here’s the first: This is a hand-embroidered Christmas wall-hanging that my daughter made when she was 13, about 15 years ago. I wanted to display it at Christmas, but the...
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Embroidered and Quilted Patriotic Wall Hanging

Probably one of the most visually stunning quilts I have ever made is this patriotic wall hanging by Anita Goodesign. It is made up of nine embroidered panels which were created by my daughter on her ten-needle embroidery machine. Each panel is embroidered individually with about an inch of seam allowance on all sides so the panels can be sewn together. You can see in the photo above that this...
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Halloween Quilt!

Halloween can be such a fun holiday, but, unfortunately, my house is sadly lacking in decorations. I decided to remedy this problem by making a Halloween quilt, pattern courtesy of Amy Bradley Designs. The pattern is available for download on Amy’s website. (amybradleydesigns.com) I love the way this quilt includes 12 different Halloween characters, so I wasn’t required to choose my favorite....
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