Today is Leah Day's first UFO (UnFinished Objects) Sunday. Now, many of you know that I participate in WIP Wednesday, but this is different. I'm hoping that participating in this linky party we will create a community of sharing ideas to get projects back into action. So today I'm sharing a quilt that I and a whole group of kids started as a Library demonstration project back in February of the year .
|7 blocks of fused raw edge applique|
|The kids got to see and feel real hand-made quilts, many for the first time.|
|Then they got to play, cut out shapes and create their own blocks|
|Tanya (Librarian) creating a block for her daughter|
|Beth (Library Director) creating her own block.|
My challenge is to have this finished for the start of the school year (the week after Labor Day).
So I'm off to check out what other UFO's are flying around blogland at the Free Motion Quilting Project!
Color Me Quilty!