Monday, July 25, 2022

UFO bloghop


Hi all.  It is my day on the UFO blog hop, hosted by Joan @   Joan must be spying on my quilting room and know that I have lots of UFO's hanging in the closet in there.  

When I first heard about this hop, I thought great, it will help me get some of my quilts done.   Yeah, right.  I am really trying to get my sewing room really organized, especially  since I want to teach some online classes, so I need a clean and organized space, right? 

Well, I have also been submitting applications to teach at some quilt retreats, so I needed to get projects taken care of for those.  Good news is I am teaching at 2.  One is in October in Richfield  UT and there will be 2 classes: A SUNBONNET SUE and the other class is a beginning machine quilting class.  

The 2nd one is in February and is in Bryce Canyon in Utah.  2 classes for that one is beginning machine quilting and Help! How do I quilt this?

I submitted this quilt for the beginning machine quilting classes, but told them the quilt will be different.  So, I asked my granddaughter who is 12 and my daughter if they would be willing to stitch up a quilt top for me, because I overloaded my plate.  I do that a lot.   And not only with projects but also food.  

But as I was cleaning and organizing  I did find a couple of small projects that needed binding on them, so I got those done.   I have also been part of a group doing things for humanitarian work and got quite a few bags sewn.  So not bad, but I really need to get focused on finishing my projects that are already started. 

Well, why don't you check out my other blogging friends and see what they have to share?  In the meantime, I will work on a plan to get my UFO's done.  Thanks for joining me and my craziness.  The other bloggers for this hop are:

Monday July 25

Just Let Me Quilt

Lianne Makes Stuff

Karrin’s Crazy World

Ms P Designs USA




Tuesday July 26

Creatin' in the Sticks

Quilted Delights

Days Filled With Joy

Kathys Kwilts and More

Food For Thought


Wednesday July 27

Stitching Farm Girl



Elizabeth Coughlin Designs

Quilt Doodle Designs

Quilting Gail


Thursday July 28

Patchouli Moon Studio

Quilt Schmilt

Lynns Blog

Becky’s Adventures in Quilting and Travel

Home Sewn by Us


Friday July 29

Homespun Hannah's Blog


Words & Stitches

Just Sew Quilter




  1. Well done on the teaching and also the finishes

  2. Congratulations on the teaching gigs!! Good job on getting some UFOs across the finish line!

  3. Cleaning a sewing room counts as a UFO, here anyway! LOL!! Mine is a mess and no matter how many times I clean it, I can junk it up immediately afterwards. Congrats of teaching. You are a busy girl!

  4. Congrats on the teaching gigs! Nice projects too.

  5. Congratulations on the teaching gigs! I think organizing your sewing room would count as a UFO. I need to clean mine up today as members of my quilting guild are coming tomorrow.

  6. It sounds like you've really got a full plate with all you're doing. Congrats on those classes you'll be teaching!

  7. great job on finishing those projects!

  8. Teaching is so fun, congrats on that and asking for help. Sometimes we need to just ask...

  9. Nice finishes and congrats on teaching jobs.

  10. You finished quite a bit, good for you!

  11. Hi Kathy! Oh, I just love Sunbonnet Sue. It is such a versatile pattern that you can be so creative with. Enjoy teaching the classes! {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

  12. Congratulations on getting the teaching opportunities and on your finishes! Thanks for sharing!

  13. Well done on the progress in your sewing room, and well done on the classes coming up!

  14. Lovely finishes and enjoy the classes!

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