2011 UFO #11 Kourageous Pansy, October 2, 2011

I never thought I'd get the Pansy block done in time...but low and behold here it is!
Pansy (UFO #11 ) September 2011
At 9am I was halfway there.





I left to see two quilt shows in Temecula.  Not good planning since I really should have stayed to accomplish what I delayed all month long getting done.  When I returned from a fabulous day I started right away with the task of finishing. 

By 8pm I was four sections shy of completion.



Out for a bite to eat at one of our favorite Thai restaurants and back to finish the remaining sections.  I'm so excited with this block and absolutely no problems this month with fabrics in the wrong places.  Once again Bonnie I'm ready if your willing for paper removal!

So I'm finished with nine UFOs to date. Judy...I'm ready for October's! Here's what Kourageous looks like so far. I've still got to get the paper off the Pansy, but at 11:59pm it was finished!


#5 Meadow Buttercup is up next.  I have yet to count the sections and pieces.  The design this time is by Claudia Hasenbach.  I will let you know more details on this flower in tomorrows post.


Check out other UFO completions for this month at Patchwork Times.

8 comments:

Marj said...

The group of flowers are looking great.

JCnNC said...

Wow - I just knew that pansy block would work up beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Judy C and www.shadetreequilting.com

Katie said...

Another beautiful finish...and with no time to spare! But how many pieces were in that? About 4 million? Wow! I don't envy anyone getting the paper off there!

Shelly said...

I think this is my favorite one yet! It looks very "painterly".

Suzanne said...

What an extraordinary paper pieced project...great finish no matter the hour!

Janet O. said...

I think your fabric choices worked out very well. It is beautiful. I don't know how you got it done with all of the other things you packed into your day!

katie z. said...

Gorgeous!

Heather said...

Oh my... you must have the patience of a saint. Those blocks are to die for!! Congrats!