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Quilting-ideas to complete a quilt

Updated: Nov 13, 2020

#UFOvember -Re Homing!

Falling in love all over again with your quilting projects...what inspired you in the beginning?

-was it about colour?

-was it about shape?

-was it about the delicious fabric?

-was it for a special occasion that has long passed?

Whatever the reason, it is worthwhile to fall in love again and have the satisfaction of finishing the project. This post is a work in progress and is about "re-homing" . It is those small steps that all of sudden lead to the big step of a finished quilt. We just need to make sure the small steps keep happening. This quilt started in a "home" where I was interested in investigating Modern blocks. No thought whatsoever of making a quilt.

Then I joined a quilting day with my own Toronto Modern Quilt Guild and I had to bring a project to work on. I didn't want to go buy more fabric and have the work of looking for a project, so I brought my modern blacks and some coordinating fabric. So ...on to a new home. The blocks were being molded into a quilt.

This was a great home! Mimosas included!

Now I was really committed...The blocks became an Ariel View of where I live sometime at Young and Eglinton and sometimes in Peterborough. I have an almost finished quilt top. I did go home and complete the quilt top. And that is the home it stayed in for about a year. Now I needed to quilt it. For a long time I debated between straight lines or using it as a sampler for a variety of free motion quilting.

I have a quilt top and it is ready for quilting...Still undecided...

Maybe another home will have the quilt tell me what to do..I took some photos outside.Yep...lines would just be too I started a variety of simple lines designs . I wanted to practice some calm free motion quilting. This will also be some good video to add to my online course I offer. Free Motion Quilting Virtual Course and other Freebies

So ...."re-Homing" worked for me to move my project along...maybe it will work for you too!

Still not finished but I think it is in its final home... I practiced with my line designer find out more about the Line Designer... Take the free download and get my email list for the next course opening.

You can find more in the #UFOvember

Visit all of the bloggers participating in UFOvember

November 1 – Bobbie Gentili –

November 2 – Becca Fenstermaker –

November 3 – Joanne Kerton –

November 4 – Sue Griffiths –

November 5 – Ashli Montgomery –

November 6 – Anne Boundy –

November 7 – Sarah Ruiz –

November 8 – Teresa Weaver –

November 9 – Karen Brown –

November 10 – Bobbi Bridgeman –

November 11 – Raylee Bielenberg –

November 12 – Althea Gyde –

November 13 – Kenzy Hogan –

November 14 – Leanne Parsons –

November 15 – Jessica Caldwell –

November 16 – Laureen Smith –

November 17 – Karen Kehl –

November 18 – Stacey H –

November 19 – Cinzia White –

November 20 – Laura Piland –

November 21 – Rachel M –

November 22 – Kathryn LeBlanc –

November 23 – Judit Hajdu –

November 24 – Lyra McCabe –

November 25 – Jill Therriault –

November 26 – Cristina De Miranda –

November 27 – Kate Starcher –

November 28 – Valerie Prideaux –

November 29 – Kim Mastromartino –

November 30 – Natalia Knowlton –

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