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Monday, January 09, 2017


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Shirley S

I have tracked my UFO's for about 7 years, some years I have been productive and some years not so much. You have inspired me to get back on track so printed and took inventory again. Wow surprised me how many I have. I also have finished my January #6 project today so look this also. Great web site and love the blocks

Alexia Marie

Thank you, Pat!I'm retired, and I'm newly back into (many yrs ago) quilting. I'm so excited!! I plan on selling in the future, so am wanting to learn tons from you and others! I so will use your work sheets!! The first one going on the sheet is a hand-pieced Christmas quilt from 28 yrs ago.

jean balliro

My husband and I moved last spring so we could downsize! The trouble is, we found all of our UFOs when we packed. Now I can list them as I take them from the box we put them in and get working on them.. I AM READY!!

Ruth Sunday

That's a great list format. For me, I think I would combine it into one page, keeping my lists as short as the page of Who/What/When/Where. I'll use that on my new projects. Thanks.
As for the UFO list. I have too many for that type of list, although not a ridiculous quantity. Just big because I've broken them down between top completions and quilting completions because I primarily do my own quilting as well as quilting for others.

Vicki Schmidt

Great project complete worksheet. Thanks


Thank you Laurie!


Lori What is your definition of a UFO? These ARE my UFOS.. they are UNFINISHED

Lori Reckler

Pat, is this meant to include the UFOs?

Dorie Esquivel

Thanks Pat!

cindy moser

You are amazing!! What would we do without you?!?!?

Laurie McNeil

Pat, thanks so much for making all of the quilters on this sight a little more organized. Again we want to tell you thank you for everything you do for us.


So I went thru my list of projects that I have material and patterns for.. 22 total!!! That doesn't include the 14 tops that I need to get quilted. I am trying to finish 12 this year.

Betty Binder

Thank You. I'm going to use these on my projects.

Sue Esparza

You don't have a "started date" on the form lol. Maybe I don't want to know how long it really took.


I did not get my SS block yesterday (Sunday) either. Had to go to the Splendid Sampler site to print it. Must have lost some in cyber space.


Dot we did post the Sunday Splendid Sampler block, it's right at the website http://www.thesplendidsampler.com/

Connie Boulay

Thanks for the forms, I plan on using them this year. My goals list is huge! And getting longer thanks to you :) I am adding the solstice challenge to the list. Haven't figured out fabrics yet, but I will.

Julia Frichtl

Thank you!


I'm going to be using this! Thank you, Pat!

Dot Murdoch

Hi Pat......Did you post the S S block yesterday ( Sun ) ??? I have not seen it..... DM

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