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quick question for y'all

Posted by dan_the_mailman (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 18, 12 at 18:45

okay, my 8th grade science teacher used to tell us that there is no such thing as a stupid question, though I kind of feel like this might be one. what exactly is a UFO? I'm thinking it's an unfinished ___________ __________.

anyone else have any questions we can get answered in this thread?

dan


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UFO - Un Finished Object.

There are also WIPs - works in progress.

And my favorite WISPs - works in slow progress, LOL.


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Don't forget

PIGS - Projects in Grocery Sacks

beverly


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It's interesting that on this forum a UFO stands for Unfinished Object.

In the daylily world, UFO or UFo stands for Unusual Form (flowers).

Julie


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thanks everyone! I don't know why that's been on my mind lately, but I hate not knowing something that's being talked about, don't you?
all I can say now is, someone call project bluebook, because there are too many ufos around my sewing desk!

...now, to get some sleep and start turning those WIPs into quilts!


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There's also an IFFI, I finally finished it. And today's WWIT what was I thinking. Love that one.


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Love the PIGS. Especially since I just had placed my paper pieced wall hanging in a grocery sack. LOL


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Someone else once mentiond PHD which when my sons ask me what I'm doing, I tell them I'm working on my PHD - projects half done!


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Oh,my. I have several PHDs. I feel so ....... unfinished.

beverly


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