Category Archives: OMG

October OMG Finish

I finished the Holly Runner but never posted a final picture. It’s long enough to make it hard to get it all in. I went with simple quilting and let the applique take center stage. Each applique piece, except the … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash September 29, 2019

No fabric in or out this week. The Holly Runner top is finished and basted. This project is my September OMG. My focus is to finish it by the end of the month. Fabric Added: 58.2 Fabric Used: 18.125 yards … Continue reading

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The September 2019 Short List

Fall is in the air here in Northwest Ohio. The days are shorter and the nights are cooler. Soon we’ll spend a lot more time inside rather than outside. A lot more sewing happens here in the fall and winter. … Continue reading

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June 2019 OMG Finish

I chose the hoop art challenge project for my June OMG. I didn’t finish it in time for the guild meeting, but I did finish it. I’d like to do something with the hoop rather than leave it plain wood, … Continue reading

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May OMG Finish

Some months the finishes come early. I changed some of the blocks, but the pattern is based on the Hand Pieced QAL hosted by Elm Street Quilts and Simple.Handmade.Everyday. The blocks finish at six inches. The quilt measures 26 inches … Continue reading

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Sunday Stash May 5, 2019

No change to the numbers this week. The QAL top is quilted and trimmed. I made the binding, but not the sleeve, and I still need to bury threads. This will be a finish on next week’s report. This has … Continue reading

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OMG April Finish

I finished Waiting For Spring last night. I almost forgot it was my OMG for April. I’m glad I tried the improv process because I learned a lot by working outside my comfort zone. It was a good lesson in … Continue reading

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