Ouvrages d'une Acadienne

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Sunday, January 2, 2011

2011... and my MUFs

I did accomplish a lot of sewing projects last year but I did not set goals as I didn't want to stress out if I did not finish them. I do have a few that need attending but I have joined the
and I am not setting any time limits as to when I will get to them done.
#1 I do want to finish (someday).... Synchronized Spinning in the Folk Art by Buggy Barn



#2 and I hope to have Agnes hand quilt this one ...

Jelly Roll Quilt Along in the Decadent Victorian by April Cornell



#3 Next is another one for Agnes to hand quilt also.

It is a BOM I made from the book Better By the Dozen and I used the Kansas Trouble Winter.



#4 I do want to finish hand quilting this one , because I am enjoying the slow pace of hand quilting. It is so relaxing and I want to learn the technique.... A Schinnibles;Two Bits, in some more Kansas Troubles.



These are fermenting very well and will do so for a while because these are projects I want to hand quilt or machine quilt myself♥




Faith in Migration...
will probably go to Agnes so she can do her magic at hand quilting. I want to preserve this one and have it age well as it is one I designed myself.

Of course I have all these new projects lined up to do this year but the bottom line is I will enjoy every stitch!♥♥♥


Happy Sewing in 2011

8 comments:

  1. All of your projects are gorgeous, so how could you not enjoy doing them!! :)

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  2. Aw Joan - so many beautiful projects! And, I'm so excited you're going to be a MUF girl - we can support each other when we get too goal oriented (smile)!!! Looking forward to seeing all of your pretty projects in the New Year!

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  3. I too am a MUF girl--but I gotta do a new project once in awhile--I mean start a new one--need to have some MUF's for next years list!!!
    love all those projects--mine are pictured on my workbasket site--you can get there by the button on the side bar on the blissful site!!!
    Hugs, di

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  4. I decided to be a MUF girl, too! I thought about all the projects I need to finish, but after reading Kelly's post, I decided she has a much better perspective on the whole thing! Much less stressful, and I will continue to finish some WIPS, and start some new ones. Love ALL of your projects...beautiful!

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  5. Lovely MUF's, Joan! I've adopted the term as well, I too want to enjoy it. All your quilts are gorgeous but I think my favorite up there is the one you designed yourself!

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  6. Once again you have the most beautiful quilt for your banner. Nice projects for the new year, all of them look like fun to make.

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  7. AMAZING! I just love your talent!

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