Monday, November 28, 2016

OMG for November - completed :)

I've been working on a dinosaur D9P (disappearing 9 patch) quilt for OMG since I joined it last month.  This month's goal was to finish the last 2 of 9 blocks, quilt them (QAYG), and trim them down to size.  Mission ACCOMPLISHED :)  I not only got all the blocks finished and quilted, I also got them stitched together, so I now have a quilted quilt top ready  to be birthed and tied :)  I hung it on the clothesline to get a picture - it's currently 3C out there with the windchill (feels 37F) :D  It was a mite nippy to be out there in t-shirt and sandals, lol.

D9P quilt back


D9P quilt front :)
I suspect that finishing the quilt will be my OMG for next month :D  If you have a "quilt related goal" that you need a gentle kick in the butt to work on ... I suggest you try this challenge - my fabric would still be hidden in a drawer NOT being a quilt top, had I not decided to try this :D  Thanks Heidi for starting OMG, and to Patty for continuing it!  Posting my photos to the November finish link-up party here :)


7 comments:

  1. I love this qayg idea. I have some jelly rolls that I hope to use in the coming year. May try this idea out on them. SOMEBODY is gonna be very happy to get this little treasure!

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  2. QAYG is so convenient sometimes! It looks great! Congratulations on accomplishing your goal!

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  3. This is looking great. Congrats on another OMG goal met. I'm looking forward to your finish next month :)

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  4. Very nice! Congrats on finishing your goal and linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal.

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  5. It is a beauty, and it has been fun watching it grow! Congratulations!

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  6. Link Party deadlines are definitely doing the trick for you Sandra! What a great finish too. I have half a QAYG sampler quilt lurking in my stash perhaps I need to sign up to those deadlines too :)

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  7. Very jealous - not only no time to sew - but the machine is being serviced! thank you for keeping the work in equilibrium and sewing for two!!!!

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