June UFO & WIP prize and my project

I have a great prize package for the June 2019 UFO & WIP Challenge winner. It includes a bundle of 24 ten-inch squares of Ombre Confetti Metallic by V&Co for Moda, a Clearly Perfect Angles template by New Leaf Stitches and a spool of 50 wt. cotton thread by Aurifil. The entire package is valued at $40 and is sponsored by yours truly.

June giveaway for the 2019 UFO & WIP Challenge @ The Crafty Quilter

Are you ready to pick a project to finish this month? If you have a numbered list of UFO’s or WIP’s, and you’re picking a project based on the number given by the APQ UFO Challenge, then you’ll be working on item #10. That is totally optional, but I like this method of choosing a project because it’s a fun surprise each month to find out what you’ll be working on.

This month, I’ll be finishing my Save The Bees quilt from last year’s block of the month with Jacquelynne Steves. Since I’m about to begin this year’s free BOM, Happy Little Things, (as a participating blogger) this summer, I thought it was a good time to get the previous BOM quilt finished. I have the blocks sewn together, and need to add the borders, and then baste, quilt and bind it all together. Oh, I’m always beeehind! Ha!

Save The Bees BOM made by Julie Cefalu at The Crafty Quilter.  Designed by Jacquelynne Steves.
Save The Bees quilt, made by Julie Cefalu
Designed by Jacquelynne Steves

If you’re new to my blog, you can find all of the information for the 2019 UFO & WIP Challenge here. I hope you can join me this month as we tackle the unfinished objects (UFO’s) and works in progress (WIP’s) that might be accumulating in your sewing area.

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Hello! I'm Julie and I love to quilt, craft, read, garden, hike and spend time with my family.

6 thoughts on “June UFO & WIP prize and my project

  1. I am planning to make a paper pieced star block, not sure yet if it will be a lone block mini or a 4 block bigger mini! It’s #10 on my new challenge list!

  2. Hi Julie … I love your “save the bees” and look forward to seeing the finish.
    I have chosen to finish a UFO from many years ago as this month’s project.
    My quilt top is made up of alternating embroidered and patchwork blocks in a soft pallet 🙂
    Thank you for the inspiration!

  3. OH! you just remind me about Saving the Bees, I’l have to find mine and finished too.
    Yours looks very pretty.

  4. I saw the Winter Seeds Table Topper on your site and just loved it. I shared it with my quilt group and we decided to do it as a project. Everybody is doing different colors. Im binding mine now and hoping to see theirs finished soon. Thank you Julie for all the inspiration.

  5. Oh I love your bees . . . and the Ombre Confetti Fabric. . . that will be my motivation to get a couple of UFO’s done 🙂 I enjoy your posts – please keep them coming !

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