UFOs & Me

Sandy from Quilting for the Rest of Us has been discussing UFOs on Mondays on her blog. This has made me think about my own UFOs. While I don’t have as many as some people (I’ve only been quilting for about 11 years, after all), I do have enough to make a scary list! Look!

  1. My Oldest UFO – a watercolor quilt which needs one appliqué, borders, layering, quilting and binding
  2. 2009 FQS Designer Mystery BOM – on the frame being hand quilted, will then need binding
  3. 2011 FQS Designer Mystery BOM – need to finish the blocks, setting, layering, quilting and binding
  4. 2012 FQS Designer Mystery BOM – need to finish the blocks, setting, layering, quilting and binding
  5. 2014 FQS Designer Mystery BOM -need to finish the blocks, setting, layering, quilting and binding
  6. Spinning Stars Quilt from Kimberly Einmo class last August – finish piecing, layering, quilting and binding
  7. Lonestar Quilt from Kimberly Einmo class last august – finish piecing, layering, quilting and binding
  8. Scrap in a Box – layout, sashing & borders, layering, quilting and binding
  9. Jinny Beyer BOM from Craftsy – need to finish the blocks, setting, layering, quilting and binding
  10. The Ombre quilt – layering, quilting and binding
  11. Christmas Star Jelly Roll Race – layering, quilting and binding
  12. Christmas Table Runner – layering, quilting and binding
  13. Bear Paw Quilt won from Daisy – layering, quilting and binding
  14. Disappearing Pinwheels – assembling top, layering, quilting and binding
  15. Three Super Secret Projects for which I have gathered lots of special fabrics. Need to cut fabric, construct medallions, blocks, borders, layering, quilting and binding

Here are some pictures from the UFOs:

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Quilt on!

3 thoughts on “UFOs & Me

  1. Just curious: Do you distinguish between UFOs and WIPs, Gretchen?If you do, I think a few of these might not qualify as UFOs. Loosely, I define my UFOs as things which have been started, but have been put out of sight, therefore (for me) are out of mind. WIPs are out, and they are being worked on, some more regularly than others. I guess all that probably just matters in my analysis, not yours. I’m tempted to erase this now, but I won’t. Just curious.

  2. Ok, this is funny.. I saw the picture of the bear paw quilt and thought to myself “Oh, look how pretty, I made one like that, too!” hahahaaa.. I had totally forgotten!

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