November UFO winners announced

I’m a little late in announcing the November UFO winners.  There were so many gorgeous entries into the November UFO link up.  It looks like many of you were busy finishing up projects for gift giving and holiday decorating.  Thanks to everyone who participated.  Two winners were chosen randomly by the true random number generator (because I can never get myself to make that decision).

The first winner is #24, Margot M.  who finished a beautiful paper pieced wreath.  I think it’s just in time for Christmas!

Paper Pieced Wreath by Margo M.
Paper Pieced Wreath by Margot M.


The second winner is #25, Emily of The Darling Dogwood.  Emily finished this I Spy quilt for her niece using 192 different fabrics!

I Spy! Quilt by Emily Leachman
I Spy Quilt by Emily Leachman


Both winners will be receiving a fat quarter bundle equaling 3 yards of fabric (either The Cottage Garden from Riley Blake OR Simon & Kabuki for Quilting Treasures), a Friction pen and 2 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ Creative Grids ruler.


We are on the last month of the year.  I hope you’re still motivated to get those unfinished projects done!  If you’re like me, it’s hard to fit one more thing into my schedule during the holidays.  But, I’m hoping to find something small that I can finish by the end of the year.  Good luck to us all!


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  1. Congratulations to the winners. Both projects are super. I love the I Spy quilt, I have plans for one and have been collecting fabric for one, it will have to be on my list for 2017.

  2. Congratulations, to both the winners, have fun with your beautiful new fabrics.
    Thanks for challenging us, Julie and for the great prizes!

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